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_wcsupr () with german characters

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Hi,
I have a string which contains some german characters e.g
'Men'. I am converting it to upper case using wcsupr (). But is
not converted to . There are other characters too. I can use the
_wsetlocale () function before using _wcsupr (). I cannot use the
current machines locale setting. The strings have to be converted to
upper case based on the locale of the target
machine which is a SQL Server. What's the most efficient way of
converting the string to upper case considering the language specific
characters. I tried using the _wsetlocale (LC_CTYPE , L".OCP"); which
uses the OEM code page. This seems to be working. What's the difference
in OEM code page and language specific code page?

Thanks in advance

Ajey

Jul 23 '05 #1
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Ajey wrote:
Hi,
I have a string which contains some german characters e.g
'Men'. I am converting it to upper case using wcsupr (). But is
not converted to . There are other characters too. I can use the
_wsetlocale () function before using _wcsupr ().


All of the functions you mention are microsoft-specific. Try one
of the microsoft groups.
Jul 23 '05 #2

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