[fdo-dev] NlsMsgGet and mixed char types
mateusz at loskot.net
Wed Dec 13 13:43:57 EST 2006
Pierre Dalcourt wrote:
> Hi Mateusz,
> $ls is for wide string (wchar_t* or FdoString*)
> $hs is for ascii or multibyte strings (char*)
> $s is interpreted as either $ls or $hs depending on which method you are
> using, so its always best to explicitly use $hs or $ls.
Thank you for detailed explanation. Honestly, I've not known about $hs,
so I'd use $s :-)
I'd like to confirm additional but related detail, as I see the
FdoCommonNlsUtil::NLSGetMessage() function is only in versions for
char-string and there is no wide-char version.
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