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Read and write Unicode file

Posted on 2004-03-31
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Hi,

How can I read and write a Unicode file? I want to use this file to translate text on Printer Canvas.

Warmest regards.
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take a look about the Unicode library, it's free with source
http://unicode.soft-gems.net/Library.php
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