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how can i display an unicode character in any editor when any key is pressed. basically it should display different characters for different key presses.
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 27-Mar-12 22:15pm
   
Platform? Language?
--SA
subhendu_m 27-Mar-12 22:18pm
   
language: visual c++
platform: mine is 64-bit.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 28-Mar-12 20:38pm
   
Just to note: you did not define the platform. It could be some Linux, Windows or many other systems. On Windows, it could be .NET or not, etc.
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subhendu_m 29-Mar-12 10:33am
   
platform: windows, .net not used.

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How? The answer is: easily. Because these days most systems support Unicode.

Further detail depend on such boring things as platform, language, used libraries, etc. It does not look like you care too much about that. :-)

[EDIT: in response to a follow-up question]

With C++, you need to use "UNICODE macro" through
C++
#define UNICODE

More exactly, please see:
http://www.cplusplus.com/forum/articles/16820/[^].

Good luck,
—SA
   
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subhendu_m 27-Mar-12 22:23pm
   
can u tell me some function to accomplish the same in visual c++?
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 28-Mar-12 20:37pm
   
Sure, please see my updated answer, after [EDIT]
--SA

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