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c++ - Re: Unicode strings constants

reply "Nic Tiger" <nictiger progtech.ru> writes:
Hi all,

Does anybody know any convenient way to specify Unicode characters (wchar_t)
in Unicode strings?

The problem is that although L"Test" gives me Unicode string constant, I
cannot embed some Unicode characters in it.

I want something like L"\x1234 Test" to give me a constant with the first
character equal U+1234.

For now DMC gives first char = U+0123, second L'4' and so on.
May be I do something wrong?

Waiting for an answer,
Nic Tiger.
Dec 24 2002
parent "Nic Tiger" <nictiger progtech.ru> writes:
I found out how to do what I want:
when I use \u1234 I get Unicode character U+1234.

Nic Tiger.

"Nic Tiger" <nictiger progtech.ru> сообщил/сообщила в новостях следующее:
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 Hi all,

 Does anybody know any convenient way to specify Unicode characters

 in Unicode strings?

 The problem is that although L"Test" gives me Unicode string constant, I
 cannot embed some Unicode characters in it.

 I want something like L"\x1234 Test" to give me a constant with the first
 character equal U+1234.

 For now DMC gives first char = U+0123, second L'4' and so on.
 May be I do something wrong?

 Waiting for an answer,
 Nic Tiger.

Dec 24 2002