A general purpose extension library for the C++17 stdlib
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Copyright (c) 2015-2020 Daniel "q66" Kolesa

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Additionally some code from the libc++ project has been used as a reference; libc++ is a part of the LLVM project.

The libutf project (https://github.com/cls/libutf) was used as an inspiration for some of the Unicode implementation bits within libostd and the gen_unicode program used to generate the necessary ctype tables, but all of the code was written from scratch; nevertheless, I would like to give some credit and thanks to the project here.

Additional thanks to Dale Weiler aka graphitemaster (reference code in the Neothyne project) and cppreference.com.

The data/UnicodeData-13.0.txt file is taken from the Unicode Character Database and provided under the following license:

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