Problem with different regional and language options in Windows
Posted on 2006-04-16
I developed a "working" program with Visual Basic 6.
Recently I changed the regional and language options of Windows XP (my machine) -> Language for Non-unicode programs. It was set as English (united States) previously when I was developing the program, but now, problems are occuring frequently after I changed it to Chinese.
Does anyone faced this kind of problem before? Or anyone can give an idea what is going on? And does this problem also occur if you simply change the language other than English? I checked on the Internet and some refered this to the problem caused by the VB function 'strconv' which I used in my program.
Please help!! And please suggest any good solution to this!