Use of Unicode in Win32 NLS APIs
Bill Hall - eTranslate, Inc.
||Managers, Software Engineers, Systems Analysts
The Win32 operating system was one of the world's first to make Unicode its
primary character set. Integrated completely into Windows NT/2000/XP/CE and
half-heartedly into Windows 95/98/Me, Unicode has had a profound influence on
these operating systems and on programs designed to run there. In this
workshop, we examine how Unicode has affected these systems by looking at the
Win32 character set and programming models from a technical point of view. The
goal is to show how to use Unicode to best advantage in implementing Win32-based
client and web-based applications.