Re: Displaying international character set in CEdit and CListBox
"Henryk Birecki" <email@example.com> ha scritto nel messaggio
How do I get strings with multiple languages (let's say a mix of
english, russian, japanese characters) to display in a Unicode enabled
From this (MFC42U.DLL) I get that you are using Visual C++ 6.
I read data from file that is utf8, convert
them to WCHAR
and want to display resulting strings. CEdit and
CListbox controls have Arial MS Unicode font selected into them that
contains all the characters.
If the font contains all characters, also this step is OK.
The WCHAR strings have correct
information as I can check that in debugger, however when displayed in
controls, english is fine but all else is displayed with "ANSI"
equivalents (read: "gibberish") instead of proper characters.
Did you set Unicode compilation settings in Visual C++ 6?
If not, please see Mihai's blog about that:
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