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   1  <?php
   2  
   3  /*
   4   * This file is part of SwiftMailer.
   5   * (c) 2004-2009 Chris Corbyn
   6   *
   7   * For the full copyright and license information, please view the LICENSE
   8   * file that was distributed with this source code.
   9   */
  10  
  11  /**
  12   * Analyzes characters for a specific character set.
  13   *
  14   * @author Chris Corbyn
  15   * @author Xavier De Cock <xdecock@gmail.com>
  16   */
  17  interface Swift_CharacterReader
  18  {
  19      const MAP_TYPE_INVALID = 0x01;
  20      const MAP_TYPE_FIXED_LEN = 0x02;
  21      const MAP_TYPE_POSITIONS = 0x03;
  22  
  23      /**
  24       * Returns the complete character map.
  25       *
  26       * @param string $string
  27       * @param int    $startOffset
  28       * @param array  $currentMap
  29       * @param mixed  $ignoredChars
  30       *
  31       * @return int
  32       */
  33      public function getCharPositions($string, $startOffset, &$currentMap, &$ignoredChars);
  34  
  35      /**
  36       * Returns the mapType, see constants.
  37       *
  38       * @return int
  39       */
  40      public function getMapType();
  41  
  42      /**
  43       * Returns an integer which specifies how many more bytes to read.
  44       *
  45       * A positive integer indicates the number of more bytes to fetch before invoking
  46       * this method again.
  47       *
  48       * A value of zero means this is already a valid character.
  49       * A value of -1 means this cannot possibly be a valid character.
  50       *
  51       * @param int[] $bytes
  52       * @param int   $size
  53       *
  54       * @return int
  55       */
  56      public function validateByteSequence($bytes, $size);
  57  
  58      /**
  59       * Returns the number of bytes which should be read to start each character.
  60       *
  61       * For fixed width character sets this should be the number of octets-per-character.
  62       * For multibyte character sets this will probably be 1.
  63       *
  64       * @return int
  65       */
  66      public function getInitialByteSize();
  67  }


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