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Prepare Yourself for the Unicode Revolution

The C++09 standard is about to add two new character datatypes. Find out how you can use them to easily manipulate Unicode Strings.




Application Security Testing: An Integral Part of DevOps

++98 has two native character types: char and wchar_t. The latter is purportedly used for manipulating Unicode strings. In reality however, wchar_t is unsuitable for this purpose. The C++09 standard is about to solve this problem by adding two new character datatypes that will enable you to use Unicode portably and easily. Learn how to create Unicode literal characters and strings and how to detect whether your implementation supports UTF-16 and UTF-32.

You want to manipulate Unicode strings and characters in C++, but wchar_t and its related facilities such as wstring and wcout just don't cut it.

Familiarize yourself with the new _Char16_t and _Char32_t native datatypes and their related Standard Library facilities.

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