Target Audience: Software Engineer
Level of Session: Advanced
This session will give a recap, from a programmer's perspective, on the process of converting a program that supported ASCII only to one that is internally Unicode based and interacts with other computer systems using various 8-bit character sets as well as Far East schemes. Emphases will be on using the Windows API, codepages, bidirectional languages, CJK input methods, and support for systems from Windows 95 to Windows 2000 in one binary.
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