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General[how to] multi-language/unicode application Pin
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Ted Ferenc11-May-03 8:16
Ted Ferenc11-May-03 8:16 
Yes it should do work on 98/win2k, you would need to check on the regional setting of the PC and select the language DLL to use if you want to select a language automatically, my demo prog will show you what I mean.

e.g. if your default language is English a user in France, on the German border, would automatically get French, assuming a French resource DLL exists! if the PC was French, but if the user was German, they may prefer to work in their own language, so they would have to select the language to be German via the menu.



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GeneralRe: [how to] multi-language/unicode application Pin
zecodela12-May-03 0:36
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Anonymous12-May-03 4:46
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GeneralPassing a va_list to printf Pin
Jo Fredrickson10-May-03 21:37
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Jo Fredrickson10-May-03 23:15
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QuestionPossible solutions to my problem? Pin
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AnswerRe: Possible solutions to my problem? Pin
G. Steudtel12-May-03 2:50
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GeneralDialog box Handle where to find it Pin
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GeneralHave split up string, but there must be a better way of doing this!! Pin
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Generalread a vector Pin
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