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- Subject: RE: Unicode
- From: "Curt Carpenter" <curtc@...>
- Date: Fri, 24 May 2002 11:30:32 -0700
Now that I think about it, you'd still have to at least use the wide
string functions, which I guess is more than just defining the data type
for characters. What I don't want is just an automatic conversion
to/from ansi characters ("something built on top of strings"). That (any
conversion) is what I want to avoid.
I don't understand your comment about concatenating unicode strings.
What's wrong with wcscat?