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Support UTF-8 on Windows 95, 98 and ME systems.
- Converts the UTF-8 string s into a null-terminated string in a Windows 8-bit character set.Parameters:
char s UTF-8 string to convert. uint codePage is the number of the target codepage, or 0 - ANSI, 1 - OEM, 2 - MacAuthors:yaneurao, Walter Bright, Stewart Gordon
- Converts the null-terminated string s from a Windows 8-bit character set into a UTF-8 char array.Parameters:
immutable(char)* s UTF-8 string to convert. int codePage is the number of the source codepage, or 0 - ANSI, 1 - OEM, 2 - MacAuthors:Stewart Gordon, Walter Bright
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