The "Heisei" era U+337B is a single character, and wcstombs (and
WideCharToMultiByte) generally returns a double-byte character 0x877E
for that (unless you specify compatibility decomposition, that is).
I think setting date format to gg yy/mm/dd will query the era string
from somewhere else in the system where "Heisei" era string is
represented with two double bytes (U+5E73 U+6210).
Begin forwarded message:
From: Smita Desai <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 1999-01-08 16:39:15 -0800
To: Unicode List <email@example.com>
Subject: Era String in Japanese Emperor's calendar
X-Uml-Sequence: 7009 (1999-01-08 22:23:07 GMT)
Can anyone help me confirm if the era string character Ux337b translates
into two two-byte characters on NT? That is what NT Explorer seems to
display when iCalendarType is set to 3 in the Registry. The function
wcstombs with Ux337b returns a different double-byte character than what
NT Explorer displays when Control Panel date settings are set to gg
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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