NT 4.0 has an Unicode editor. Notepad. At least I think it is
Unicode. You can enter Unicode characters either by selecting
characters from Charmap or by switching the keyboard from the
taskbar. (Second required you have multiple keyboards installed.)
Autodesk Inc. - Globalization
Carl-Martin Bunz wrote:
> Thanks a lot for your answers to my previous question.
> There is yet another one, very often posed when Unicode is presented
> before a rather uninformed public: Does there exist a text editor
> which is able to handle Unicode text - so e.g. on Windows NT? Naturally
> this editor should support at least the most primitive input method,
> i.e. the numerical entering of code numbers.
> The editor delivered with Windows NT Workstation 4.0 doesn't appear
> to enable input of Unicode char values - or did I overlook anything?
> In case there is an editor offered by a special vendor, please point
> me to his Web site.
> Thanks again for your comments.
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