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A UTF-16 Class for Reading and Writing Unicode Files

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A UTF-16 class derived from CStdioFile for reading and writing Unicode files

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Jeffrey Walton
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Jordan Walters
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Ok, it's about time I updated this profile. I still live near 'Beastly' Eastleigh in Hampshire, England. However I have recently been granted a permamant migration visa to Australia - so if you're a potential employer from down under and like the look of me, please get in touch.
Still married - just, still with just a son and daughter. But they are now 8 and 7 resp and when together they have the energy of a nuclear bomb.
I worked at Teleca UK for over 8.5 years (but have now moved to TikitTFB) and have done loads of different things. Heavily involved with MFC, SQL, C#, The latest is ASP.NET with C# and Javascript. Moving away from Trolltech Qt3 and 4.
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