Class to manipulate UNICODE string on Window 95/98

This CUniString is modeled on CString to manipulate UNICODE string. It is very convenient to manipulate UNICODE string. If you want to do something with UNICODE string on Window 95/98(not Window NT), it can help you. Just add "UniString.h" and "UniString.cpp" to your project.

CString sCString;   // CString variable
CUniString sUniString; // CUniString variable
sUniString("Test String"); // Initialize with string
sUniString(sCString); // Initialize with CString
sUniString = sCString; // CString to CUnistring
sCString = sUniString; // CUniString to CString
sUniString.Mid(5); // Mid, Left, Right methods
Comparison functions:
[ ] Indexing with bounds check
==, !=, <, <=, >, >=  Usual relational and equality
Other functions:
<<, >> Serialization
unsigned int GetLength( ) Return strlen equivalent
GetBuffer() Get buffer pointer
Empty() Empty the buffer


Download demo project - 23 Kb
Download source - 6 Kb


  • Could not understand

    Posted by Legacy on 09/13/2002 12:00am

    Originally posted by: nguyen

    I try to do Unicode for Vietnamese, but I could not understand how to do it. and where it begins.

    would you help me step-by-step? I have Win '98 with VC++ version 6.0

  • Is it useful?

    Posted by Legacy on 10/05/2000 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Jerome Bonnet

    I believe that CString is already Unicode, if you use the right #define.

  • Could not compile

    Posted by Legacy on 09/15/2000 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Keng Chiang

    Hi Mr. Kim 

    I downloaded your demo files, but could not compile.
    the errors show up on resource file (*.rc, complain about
    LANGUAGE), can you let me know as soon as possible why it failed?

    Thank you
    Keng-Ho Chiang

  • WinNT ??

    Posted by Legacy on 04/19/2000 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Corneliu I. Tusnea

    Why doesn't it works on WinNT ?
    How can it be changed to work in NT?


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