Sun supports various code conversions among:
UCS-2, UCS-4, UTF-8, UTF-7, UTF-16, SJIS, Japanese EUC, Korean EUC,
Traditional Chinese EUC, BIG5, Simplified EUC,
ISO 8859-1 ~ 10, KOI8-R, ISO-2022-KR, ISO-2022-CN, ISO-2022-TW, ...
as like attached picture in PostScript file since Solaris 2.6. All of them are
available through iconv(1) utility and also iconv(3) APIs. We are also
adding more code conversions like TIS620 and so on at the Solaris 2.7.
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] To: Multiple Recipients of <email@example.com>
] From: Gianni Mariani <firstname.lastname@example.org>
] Date: Thu, 4 Dec 1997 09:04:20 -0800 (PST)
] Subject: Re: mbstowcs and UNICODE
] The XPG-4 codeset conversion API is the iconv(3) API. This is not supported
] in NT.
] SGI and HP support ISO10646, I don't know what SUN supports.
] You can teach the SGI mbstowcs to do UTF-8 <-> wide char conversion but SGI
] does not support a Unicode locale as of yet.
] Beni Hoffman wrote:
] > Hello,
] > I'm working on a project that needs to convert different character sets
] > to Unicode and vice versa, on several platforms.
] > In the NT platform this can actually be done by calling the ANSI C
] > functions mbstowcs and wcstombs.
] > Do you have any idea if these functions do conversion to and from UNICODE
] > on SUN,HP,VMS,MVS,AS400?
] > Are there other native functions to do these conversions ?
] > Thanx,
] > Beni Hoffman email@example.com
] > Level8 Systems 03-5582608
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