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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] Fwd: Lexical cast between narrow and wide strings
From: Gavin Lambert (gavinl_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-06-11 00:45:20
On 7/06/2014 19:13, quoth gast128:
> This seems from / to utf stuff. But there seems no ansi (i.e. 1 byte fixed
> length with the ascii set) to ucs-16 (fixed 2 byte) conversion. Both
> character encodings cannot cover all code points, but are very common on
> windows platforms due to historical reasons.
std::wstring wide_string = to_utf<wchar_t>(latin1_string,"Latin1");
is a conversion to UTF-16 from "Latin1", which is the most common ANSI
codepage (and there's discussion on there for using other codepages).
What more were you after?
(Yes, I know that UCS-2 and UTF-16 are not the same, but the differences
are usually insignificant in practice. In particular modern Windows
systems all support UTF-16.)
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