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MS Visual C++ 6.0 - character encoding

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TK
Hello everyone,
I'm making in MS VC++ 6.0 a program which publishes articles to MySQL
database in order to show them on my website. However, I've a problem -
I don't know, how to change default charset encoding in Edit Boxes to
iso-8859-2. (I'm Polish and Polish pages should be in iso-8859-2, but
windows uses window-1250 :/) Could you help me, please?
Thanks in advance && best wishes,
Tomasz Kaczmarczyk
Jul 23 '05 #1
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TK wrote:
Hello everyone,
I'm making in MS VC++ 6.0 a program which publishes articles to MySQL
database in order to show them on my website. However, I've a problem -
I don't know, how to change default charset encoding in Edit Boxes to
iso-8859-2. (I'm Polish and Polish pages should be in iso-8859-2, but
windows uses window-1250 :/) Could you help me, please?


You need to ask in microsoft.public.vc.ide_general or any other relevant
Microsoft Visual C++ newsgroup (see micrsoft.public.vc.* hierarchy).
Your question is off-topic here. C++ has no concept of "Edit Boxes".

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Jul 23 '05 #2

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