Michael Kaplan wrote:
> Actually, this is not 100% true.
> ChrB returns a single byte. Chr returns a single Unicode
> character from a code point using the default system codepage
> to intepret the code point. WhrW returns a single Unicode
> character from a Unicode code point.
> Chr is not a wrapper, it performs a different functionality.
> Try the following from the debug window:
> ? Len(ChrB(65) & ChrB(65)), Len(Chr(65) & Chr(65)),
> Len(ChrW(65) & ChrW(65))
My error. I apologize for having oversimplified.
There is a even better demonstration of Michael's statement: passing the
Euro sign (in Window's pseudo-Latin-1) to the 3 Asc...() functions:
? Hex(Asc("€")), Hex(AscW("€")), Hex(AscB("€"))
This prints 3 different results:
80 20AC AC
That is: the Euro symbol in pseudo-Latin-1; the Euro symbol in Unicode; the
first byte (little-endianly) of the Euro symbol in Unicode.
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