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Re: [Lynx-dev] French accents

From: Sándor Halász
Subject: Re: [Lynx-dev] French accents
Date: Thu, 25 Feb 2010 20:06:09 -0500

>>>> 2010/02/16 16:49 -0500, Thomas Dickey >>>>
yes, but iirc, interrupts aren't usable in Windows - only DOS.
Well, if so, in our hybrid, there are other special function calls.

Winnls.h (include Windows.h)
UINT GetOEMCP(void);

MuSoft s webpage claims only Windows 2000, no earlier, but the registry value 
goes again at least to Win95. Maybe muSoft simply trims all older off--although 
there is mention of an older function, GetKBCodePage (winuser.h). (Abd there is 
a function GetACP that yields the number associated with, say, Notepad s 
showing an 8-bit-charactered textfile.) There are also

Wincon.h (include Windows.h)
UINT WINAPI GetConsoleCP(void); /* keyboard CP */


UINT WINAPI GetConsoleOutputCP(void);

and maybe this last is the best.

For someone who really wants to look in the registry, there is this:

/* do not define UNICODE */
#include <windows.h>
#include <winreg.h>

 HKEY   hkey;
 DWORD dwType, dwSize;

        0, 0, &hkey) == ERROR_SUCCESS)
  dwType = REG_SZ;
  dwSize = sizeof(OEMCP);
  RegQueryValueEx(hkey, TEXT("OEMCP"), NULL, &dwType,
        (PBYTE) &OEMCP, &dwSize);



{       DWORD dwType, dwSize;

        dwType = REG_SZ;
        dwSize = sizeof(OEMCP);
/* For XP SP2, where RegGetValue is not available, use SHRegGetValue in
 * shlwapi.dll in place of RegGetValue. */
                TEXT("OEMCP"), NULL, &dwType,
                (PBYTE) &OEMCP, &dwSize);

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