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Un-Normalized unicode string!

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Hello,

I'm writing an application which is used in arabic countries. I use the
normal textbox. My problem is that when I try to get the chars inside the
entered text, I get them in normalized form, not in contextual form. The
text is shown in contextual form in the textbox and when I check the
IsNormalized() method of the text it's always true.

Is it possible to retrieve the text from textbox in contextual form? Or any
possibility to reverse back the automatically normalized string?

Thanks,

Özden
Sep 24 '07 #1
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I am not an expert in localization/unicode, but would CharUnicodeInfo help as
used in this post
http://blogs.msdn.com/michkap/archiv...9/376617.aspx?
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Anand
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"Ă–zden Irmak" wrote:
Hello,

I'm writing an application which is used in arabic countries. I use the
normal textbox. My problem is that when I try to get the chars inside the
entered text, I get them in normalized form, not in contextual form. The
text is shown in contextual form in the textbox and when I check the
IsNormalized() method of the text it's always true.

Is it possible to retrieve the text from textbox in contextual form? Or any
possibility to reverse back the automatically normalized string?

Thanks,

Ă–zden
Sep 24 '07 #2

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I'm writing an application which is used in arabic countries. I use the
normal textbox. My problem is that when I try to get the chars inside the
entered text, I get them in normalized form, not in contextual form. The
text is shown in contextual form in the textbox and when I check the
IsNormalized() method of the text it's always true.
Text is usually stored in non-contextual form. The text renderer takes care
of context.
In fact, contextual form is only included in Unicode for backward
compatibility.
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Mihai Nita [Microsoft MVP, Windows - SDK]
http://www.mihai-nita.net
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Sep 25 '07 #3

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