NSString Handling Exception Names

These constants define the names of exceptions raised if NSString cannot represent a string in a given encoding, or parse a string as a property list.

Topics

Constants

NSCharacterConversionException

NSString raises an NSCharacterConversionException if a string cannot be represented in a file-system or string encoding.

NSParseErrorException

NSString raises an NSParseErrorException if a string cannot be parsed as a property list.

See Also

Working with Encodings

availableStringEncodings

Returns a zero-terminated list of the encodings string objects support in the application’s environment.

defaultCStringEncoding

Returns the C-string encoding assumed for any method accepting a C string as an argument.

+ stringEncodingForData:encodingOptions:convertedString:usedLossyConversion:

Returns the string encoding for the given data as detected by attempting to create a string according to the specified encoding options.

+ localizedNameOfStringEncoding:

Returns a human-readable string giving the name of a given encoding.

- canBeConvertedToEncoding:

Returns a Boolean value that indicates whether the receiver can be converted to a given encoding without loss of information.

- dataUsingEncoding:

Returns an NSData object containing a representation of the receiver encoded using a given encoding.

- dataUsingEncoding:allowLossyConversion:

Returns an NSData object containing a representation of the receiver encoded using a given encoding.

description

This NSString object.

fastestEncoding

The fastest encoding to which the receiver may be converted without loss of information.

smallestEncoding

The smallest encoding to which the receiver can be converted without loss of information.

NSStringEncoding

The following constants are provided by NSString as possible string encodings.