Enum pango::Script

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#[non_exhaustive]
pub enum Script {
Show 118 variants InvalidCode, Common, Inherited, Arabic, Armenian, Bengali, Bopomofo, Cherokee, Coptic, Cyrillic, Deseret, Devanagari, Ethiopic, Georgian, Gothic, Greek, Gujarati, Gurmukhi, Han, Hangul, Hebrew, Hiragana, Kannada, Katakana, Khmer, Lao, Latin, Malayalam, Mongolian, Myanmar, Ogham, OldItalic, Oriya, Runic, Sinhala, Syriac, Tamil, Telugu, Thaana, Thai, Tibetan, CanadianAboriginal, Yi, Tagalog, Hanunoo, Buhid, Tagbanwa, Braille, Cypriot, Limbu, Osmanya, Shavian, LinearB, TaiLe, Ugaritic, NewTaiLue, Buginese, Glagolitic, Tifinagh, SylotiNagri, OldPersian, Kharoshthi, Unknown, Balinese, Cuneiform, Phoenician, PhagsPa, Nko, KayahLi, Lepcha, Rejang, Sundanese, Saurashtra, Cham, OlChiki, Vai, Carian, Lycian, Lydian, Batak, Brahmi, Mandaic, Chakma, MeroiticCursive, MeroiticHieroglyphs, Miao, Sharada, SoraSompeng, Takri, BassaVah, CaucasianAlbanian, Duployan, Elbasan, Grantha, Khojki, Khudawadi, LinearA, Mahajani, Manichaean, MendeKikakui, Modi, Mro, Nabataean, OldNorthArabian, OldPermic, PahawhHmong, Palmyrene, PauCinHau, PsalterPahlavi, Siddham, Tirhuta, WarangCiti, Ahom, AnatolianHieroglyphs, Hatran, Multani, OldHungarian, Signwriting, // some variants omitted
}
Expand description

The Script enumeration identifies different writing systems.

The values correspond to the names as defined in the Unicode standard. See Unicode Standard Annex 24: Script names

Note that this enumeration is deprecated and will not be updated to include values in newer versions of the Unicode standard. Applications should use the GLib::UnicodeScript enumeration instead, whose values are interchangeable with Script.

Variants (Non-exhaustive)§

This enum is marked as non-exhaustive
Non-exhaustive enums could have additional variants added in future. Therefore, when matching against variants of non-exhaustive enums, an extra wildcard arm must be added to account for any future variants.
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InvalidCode

a value never returned from pango_script_for_unichar()

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Common

a character used by multiple different scripts

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Inherited

a mark glyph that takes its script from the base glyph to which it is attached

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Arabic

Arabic

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Armenian

Armenian

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Bengali

Bengali

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Bopomofo

Bopomofo

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Cherokee

Cherokee

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Coptic

Coptic

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Cyrillic

Cyrillic

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Deseret

Deseret

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Devanagari

Devanagari

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Ethiopic

Ethiopic

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Georgian

Georgian

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Gothic

Gothic

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Greek

Greek

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Gujarati

Gujarati

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Gurmukhi

Gurmukhi

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Han

Han

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Hangul

Hangul

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Hebrew

Hebrew

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Hiragana

Hiragana

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Kannada

Kannada

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Katakana

Katakana

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Khmer

Khmer

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Lao

Lao

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Latin

Latin

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Malayalam

Malayalam

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Mongolian

Mongolian

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Myanmar

Myanmar

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Ogham

Ogham

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OldItalic

Old Italic

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Oriya

Oriya

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Runic

Runic

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Sinhala

Sinhala

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Syriac

Syriac

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Tamil

Tamil

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Telugu

Telugu

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Thaana

Thaana

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Thai

Thai

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Tibetan

Tibetan

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CanadianAboriginal

Canadian Aboriginal

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Yi

Yi

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Tagalog

Tagalog

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Hanunoo

Hanunoo

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Buhid

Buhid

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Tagbanwa

Tagbanwa

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Braille

Braille

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Cypriot

Cypriot

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Limbu

Limbu

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Osmanya

Osmanya

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Shavian

Shavian

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LinearB

Linear B

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TaiLe

Tai Le

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Ugaritic

Ugaritic

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NewTaiLue

New Tai Lue. Since 1.10

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Buginese

Buginese. Since 1.10

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Glagolitic

Glagolitic. Since 1.10

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Tifinagh

Tifinagh. Since 1.10

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SylotiNagri

Syloti Nagri. Since 1.10

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OldPersian

Old Persian. Since 1.10

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Kharoshthi

Kharoshthi. Since 1.10

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Unknown

an unassigned code point. Since 1.14

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Balinese

Balinese. Since 1.14

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Cuneiform

Cuneiform. Since 1.14

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Phoenician

Phoenician. Since 1.14

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PhagsPa

Phags-pa. Since 1.14

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Nko

N’Ko. Since 1.14

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KayahLi

Kayah Li. Since 1.20.1

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Lepcha

Lepcha. Since 1.20.1

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Rejang

Rejang. Since 1.20.1

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Sundanese

Sundanese. Since 1.20.1

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Saurashtra

Saurashtra. Since 1.20.1

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Cham

Cham. Since 1.20.1

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OlChiki

Ol Chiki. Since 1.20.1

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Vai

Vai. Since 1.20.1

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Carian

Carian. Since 1.20.1

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Lycian

Lycian. Since 1.20.1

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Lydian

Lydian. Since 1.20.1

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Batak

Batak. Since 1.32

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Brahmi

Brahmi. Since 1.32

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Mandaic

Mandaic. Since 1.32

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Chakma

Chakma. Since: 1.32

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MeroiticCursive

Meroitic Cursive. Since: 1.32

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MeroiticHieroglyphs

Meroitic Hieroglyphs. Since: 1.32

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Miao

Miao. Since: 1.32

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Sharada

Sharada. Since: 1.32

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SoraSompeng

Sora Sompeng. Since: 1.32

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Takri

Takri. Since: 1.32

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BassaVah

Bassa. Since: 1.40

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CaucasianAlbanian

Caucasian Albanian. Since: 1.40

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Duployan

Duployan. Since: 1.40

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Elbasan

Elbasan. Since: 1.40

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Grantha

Grantha. Since: 1.40

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Khojki

Kjohki. Since: 1.40

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Khudawadi

Khudawadi, Sindhi. Since: 1.40

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LinearA

Linear A. Since: 1.40

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Mahajani

Mahajani. Since: 1.40

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Manichaean

Manichaean. Since: 1.40

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MendeKikakui

Mende Kikakui. Since: 1.40

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Modi

Modi. Since: 1.40

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Mro

Mro. Since: 1.40

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Nabataean

Nabataean. Since: 1.40

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OldNorthArabian

Old North Arabian. Since: 1.40

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OldPermic

Old Permic. Since: 1.40

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PahawhHmong

Pahawh Hmong. Since: 1.40

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Palmyrene

Palmyrene. Since: 1.40

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PauCinHau

Pau Cin Hau. Since: 1.40

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PsalterPahlavi

Psalter Pahlavi. Since: 1.40

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Siddham

Siddham. Since: 1.40

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Tirhuta

Tirhuta. Since: 1.40

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WarangCiti

Warang Citi. Since: 1.40

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Ahom

Ahom. Since: 1.40

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AnatolianHieroglyphs

Anatolian Hieroglyphs. Since: 1.40

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Hatran

Hatran. Since: 1.40

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Multani

Multani. Since: 1.40

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OldHungarian

Old Hungarian. Since: 1.40

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Signwriting

Signwriting. Since: 1.40

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