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Bug #47033 converting binary<->string without charset translating
Submitted: 2009-01-08 07:42 UTC Modified: 2009-01-17 18:01 UTC
Avg. Score:3.0 ± 0.0
Reproduced:0 of 0 (0.0%)
From: lunter at interia dot pl Assigned:
Status: Not a bug Package: Unicode Engine related
PHP Version: 6CVS-2009-01-08 (snap) OS: all
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
 [2009-01-08 07:42 UTC] lunter at interia dot pl
converting binary<->string without charset translating

Two functions for converting binary<->string without translating charset needed.
It is very usefull because binary data can consists utf-8 substring, you need to convert to string type.
Also when you have to see binary representation of utf-8 string, or operating on it as binaries.

Example 1:

You have (binary)$b. It consists two bytes: 11001110 10110010
Its length in binary representation is two.
It is also valid one-length UTF-8 char(946) (greek small letter beta)
How to conver it ($b) into one-char UTF-8 string??
When we try $u=(string)$b, it gives two-char UTF-8 string.

Example 2:

You have (string)$u UTF-8 one-char string. It consists chr(946) (greek small letter beta)
Now You have to see two bytes binary representation of this (11001110 10110010).
There is no way to convert it without charset translation...

Reproduce code:
; Unicode settings ;

unicode.semantics = off
unicode.runtime_encoding = iso-8859-1
unicode.script_encoding = utf-8
unicode.output_encoding = utf-8
unicode.from_error_mode = U_INVALID_SUBSTITUTE
unicode.from_error_subst_char = 3f

Expected result:
way to converting binary<->string without charset translating

Actual result:
no way to converting binary<->string without charset translating


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 [2009-01-11 22:13 UTC]
We have unicode_encode() / unicode_decode().
 [2009-01-12 12:08 UTC] lunter at interia dot pl
Johannes, false.

Try this:





unicode chr(946) in binary encoding has len = 2 bytes, not 1
 [2009-01-17 18:01 UTC]
unicode_encode(chr(946),'utf-8') works for me - iso-8859-1 has only bytesfrom 0-255 ...
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