From: Murray Sargent (murrays@Exchange.Microsoft.com)
Date: Sun Feb 01 2004 - 14:19:53 EST
Type the UTF-32 code for the character instead of the surrogate pair. For example to get a math italic i, type 1D456 and then Alt+x. Lone surrogate codes aren't desirable. RichEdit does allow the high code to come in alone via the WM_CHAR message, since some IMEs can only work with 16 bits at a time. WM_UNICHAR takes the UTF-32 code as well.
From: email@example.com on behalf of Laurentiu Iancu
Sent: Sat 1/31/2004 5:47 PM
Subject: Surrogates in WordPad
In Windows 2000 WordPad I can type a high surrogate code, press Alt+X, then
type a low surrogate code, press Alt+X again and obtain the corresponding
character. This does not seem to work in Windows XP WordPad. Is there a way
to enable this functionality in XP WordPad?
My guess is that the new RichEdit control might not accept surrogates in order
to prevent isolated surrogates from being entered. I would appreciate any
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