Re: how to display unicode characters of any language

"Alexander Nickolov" <>
Mon, 23 Apr 2007 10:52:53 -0700
Additionally, Unicode defines special ranges for user-defined
codepoints. You may need to use those, if that language isn't
yet supported in Unucode 5.0. I'd start from the Unicode
web site at:

Finally, if the language is already supporterd in Unicode, you
may still run into the issue of Windows not supplying glyphs
for those characters in any of the standard fonts. In that case
you'll need to install a third party Unicode font. Also beware
of Windows using 16-bit wide characters for Unicode thus
you may need to use surrogate pairs if the Unicode codepoints
for your characers are above 0xffff.

Alexander Nickolov
Microsoft MVP [VC], MCSD

"Alex Blekhman" <xfkt@oohay.moc> wrote in message

"solomon" wrote:

i ma new to MFC. I want to display my own language characters, Amharic as
caption of a button and to use as names for the menus in my vc++
Can any one show me how can i do it?

This sample may help:

"Unires Sample: Demonstrates the Use of Unicode Resource Files"


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