> An aside, the C Language Reference distinguishes between multibyte and wide
> characters, the latter used to refer to the Unicode specification.
Note that Microsoft wide characters and Unix wide characters are completely
different. Microsoft wide characters are 16-bit Unicode (I presume it's UCS-2
in older products, UTF-16 in newer products, but I don't know exactly). Unix
wide characters are 32-bit, and the charset/encoding scheme they contain depends
on the locale you're working in.
-- Andrea Vine, firstname.lastname@example.org, iPlanet i18n architect Guilty feet have got no rhythm. -- George Michael
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