Uconv

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In computing, uconv is one of several computer programs or APIs that converts between different character encodings and Unicode.

It can convert to and from NFC and NFD unicode normalization form. In this respect, it is quite similar to iconv, but it is a separate program altogether.

One implementation is from the Ruby programming community, another one is a part of the International Components for Unicode library.

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