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Class: Cyrillic to Latin
Translite text between cyrillic and latin
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INTRO This class *Cyrillic to Latin (translit)* provides methods for converting (translitering) symbols. License: FREEWARE (please, leave my copyright!). What you need to work with this class: No additional extensions/pears/pecls needed. functions: string cyr2lat(input string) - cyrillic to latin convert string lat2cyr(input string) - latin to cyrillic convert variables: array $cyr - cyrillic symbols array $lat - latin replacement for cyrillic symbols array $lat_additional - additional latin symbols set (for non-usuall replacements) array $cyr_additional - additional cyrillic symbols (to replace non-usuall latin symbol replacements) BUGS Known bugs and _undocumented features_: + Work only with Windows-1251 codepage. If you want use it with koi8-r or other, use php-standard function convert_cyr_string(...) on your input, like <code> #... $input=convert_cyr_string($input, "k", "w"); //convert from KOI8-R to Windows-1251 #... </code> + Some symbolsets have wrong translitering (by their dual nature). For example: "Shoroh" is "Шорох" and "Shvatka" is "Шватка" (not "Схватка"). Bugfix: manual editing of outputed string :) # Слижком уж он велик и могуч, этот Русский язык. Всё алгоритмом не опишешь. + Class represent my own vision of translit rules. If you want "Jopa" instead of "Zhopa" - edit $cyr and $lat (!notice) symbols order matters in arrays $cyr, $lat, $cyr_additional, $lat_additional! USAGE The usage is rather simple: <code> #------->8------test.php------------ <?php require_once("cyrlat.class.php");// include main class $text=new CyrLat; // initialize $text as $input="Привет, Мир!"; echo $text->cyr2lat($input); echo "<hr>\n"; $input="Privet, Mir!"; echo $text->lat2cyr($input); ?> #-------8<--------------------------- </code> See /examples/ for more examples. You can simply integrate it to forums, forms, sms-senders etc. Da pribudet s vami Sila!