From: Philippe Verdy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jul 20 2006 - 13:28:33 CDT
From: "Dean Harding" <dean.harding@d...com.au>
To: "Philippe Verdy" <verdy_p@w...fr>; 'Unicode Mailing List' <unicode@u...org>
>> It is not strictly necessary to see the links to the *W APIs. The program
>> may be linked staticaly to the *A APIs for compatibility with Win95/98/ME,
>> but still contain dynamic linking at run time to call the *W APIs.
> While that is possible, the empirical tests I did when I actually RAN the
> program indicated that it was in fact NOT a Unicode application - anything I
> tried to type outside of my system's default codepage was turned into
> question marks.
> You certainly can't blame Unicode for applications which don't support it.
Did I blame Unicode about this? No. Not me. (not even in my sentences you quoted here).
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