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Unicode support on Linux????

Hi All,
I am porting a windows c++ code on to linux platform.The problen is, it uses functions like _tfopen and _taccess which are wndows specific function for providing unicode support. i was interested in knowing :
1. how to enable unicode on linux.
2. Are there any equivalent functions for _tfopen _taccess() in linux that would enable unicode support.
(After some investigation about fopen() i found that it might support unicode on linux as it is.,but i didnt find any such comment for acess().)
It is a little urgent. Please let me know baout any useful links for the same.
Thanks in advance.
Oct 12 '07 #1
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Motoma
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I have copied this thread to the C++ forum, as I feel it has as much to do with the C language as it does Linux.
Oct 12 '07 #2

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