From: Edward H Trager (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Mar 14 2003 - 11:26:06 EST
If you need a utility to do these conversions for you right away, take a
look at "uniconv" which is part of Gaspar Sinai's Yudit unicode editor.
This is an Open Source program, so you can look at the code too:
For C++ and Java libraries, check out IBM's International Components for
Unicode, which is also under an Open Source license:
ICU has a lot more to offer besides just charset and encoding conversion.
Definitely worth taking a look at!
On Fri, 14 Mar 2003, askq1 askq1 wrote:
> I want c/c++ code that will give me UTF8 byte sequence representing a given
> code-point, UTF16 16 bits sequence reppresenting a given code-point, UTF32
> 32 bits sequence representing a given code-point.
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