JO'C>If you use UNICODE in your application, you have made the
choice to not run on Windows 95/98 since those platforms do not
support most of the Unicode versions of the Win32 API.
Or, at least, you've made the choice to make do without
complete Unicode support from the Win32 APIs and are willing to
write your own code for whatever might be needed but is lacking
on Windows 95/98 (bearing in mind that MS Word 97 uses Unicode,
even on Windows 95/98).
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