IsNormalizedString function (winnls.h)
Verifies that a string is normalized according to Unicode 4.0 TR#15. For more information, see Using Unicode Normalization to Represent Strings.
BOOL IsNormalizedString( [in] NORM_FORM NormForm, [in] LPCWSTR lpString, [in] int cwLength );
Normalization form to use. NORM_FORM specifies the standard Unicode normalization forms.
Pointer to the string to test.
Length, in characters, of the input string, including a null terminating character. If this value is -1, the function assumes the string to be null-terminated and calculates the length automatically.
Returns TRUE if the input string is already normalized to the appropriate form, or FALSE otherwise. To get extended error information, the application can call GetLastError, which can return one of the following error codes:
- ERROR_INVALID_PARAMETER. Any of the parameter values was invalid.
- ERROR_NO_UNICODE_TRANSLATION. Invalid Unicode was found in string.
- ERROR_SUCCESS. The action completed successfully but yielded no results.
Windows XP, Windows Server 2003:
No longer supported.
The required header file and DLL are part of the Microsoft Internationalized Domain Name (IDN) Mitigation APIs, which are no longer available for download.
An example showing the use of this function can be found in NLS: Unicode Normalization Sample.
|Minimum supported client||Windows Vista [desktop apps | UWP apps]|
|Minimum supported server||Windows Server 2008 [desktop apps | UWP apps]|
|Header||winnls.h (include Windows.h)|
|Redistributable||Microsoft Internationalized Domain Name (IDN) Mitigation APIs onWindows XP with SP2 and later, orWindows Server 2003 with SP1|