From: saqqara (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue May 25 2004 - 05:59:48 CDT
For Windows use the API MultiByteToWideChar.
GNU/libiconv has much more than you need but should be okay, no need to
understand why it works just use it..
Only couple of hours work to write one from scratch in C/C++, format is very
simple to work with. I did this some years ago but don't have the code to
Perl, Java, .net etc all have easy to use conversion support
From: "Vandana Vuthoo" <email@example.com>
> I am trying to find converter for UTF7 to UCS2.
> But the one available in Libiconv is a bit complicated.
> I am unable to understand the values of conv->istate and conv->ostate.
> If anynody worked kindly calrify.
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