Calc byte position text functions
erack at redhat.com
Wed Jul 5 10:04:30 UTC 2017
On Tuesday, 2017-07-04 15:46:46 +0200, Winfried Donkers wrote:
> I have made REPLACEB and the results are identical with those for REPLACE,
> which I do not expect. Existing byte position text functions like LENB,
> LEFTB, RIGHTB also seem to produce the same results as LEN, LEFT and RIGHT.
> I have constructed strings with CONCAT and some UNICHAR(value between 1000
> and 3000).
> E.g. LENB( UNICHAR( 1048 ) ) returns 1 (I expected 2).
Note that the *B functions work differently only for characters for
which IsDBCS() in sc/source/core/tool/interpr1.cxx returns true, namely
CJK characters of the Unicode blocks listed in the scriptList array.
1048 is U+0418 "И" CYRILLIC CAPITAL LETTER I, which certainly is not
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