|fold(text => $text, length => $i [, mode => $mode])||
Function. To fold a string within specified length of $i.
The way in which to calculate length is differs by a mode.
|The Japanese Traditional Manner of Composition||
This formal manner is another saying as the forbidden rule. The rule is: 1) a termination mark like Ten , and Maru ., 2) a closing mark brace or parenthesis or bracket like ), }, ], > and etc., 3) a repeat mark, those should not be placed at the top of a line. If it would be occured, such mark should be moved to the next to the bottom of the previous line.
Actually by this module what is detect as a forbidden mark are listed next:
Note that all of these marks are full-width Japanese characters.
|length_half($text)||Function. Exportable. This is for counting length of a text for a half-width character.|
|length_full($text)||Function. Exportable. This is for counting length of a text for a full-width character.|
|tab2space(text => $text, space => $i)||Function. Exportable. To replace a [TAB] character in a text with given number of [SPACE]s.|
|kana_half2full($text)||Function. Exportable. To convert a character in a text from half-width Kana to full-width one.|
This module runs under Unicode/UTF-8 environment (hence Perl5.8 or later is required), you should input text as UTF-8 flaged string. Specify the use utf8; pragma in your source code and use utf8::decode() method to UTF-8 flag on.
Masanori HATA <http://www.mihr.net/> (Saitama, JAPAN)
Copyright X2003-2008 Masanori HATA. All rights reserved.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
Hey! <B>The above document had some coding errors, which are explained below:B>
Around line 32: Non-ASCII character seen before =encoding in XXXXX. Assuming UTF-8
|perl v5.20.3||FOLD (3)||2008-03-19|