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How to use "Unicode" in Borland C++3.1 for DOS?

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On Tue, 12 Aug 2003 12:35:23 +0800, "Michael" <wi****@sina.com> wrote
in comp.lang.c++:

Absolutely nothing!

None of "Unicode", "Borland C++ 3.1", or "DOS" are defined by the C++
language. Also, Borland 3.1 is more than 11 years old and does not
come anywhere near to conformance with the standard C++ language.

In any case, the Borland support groups are in the
news:borland.public.* family on the server newsgroups.borland.com.

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