fgouget at free.fr
Tue Sep 3 01:56:49 CDT 2002
On Mon, 2 Sep 2002, Jeff Smith wrote:
> ANSI_CHARSET and SYMBOL_CHARSET need to be defined (in include/wingdi.h),
> but I have some doubts about the details.
> SYMBOL_CHARSET should be defined as (BYTE)2, I believe.
> If the current value of DEFAULT_CHARSET as (BYTE)1 is correct, then I
> ANSI_CHARSET should be (BYTE)0. I question the current value of
> DEFAULT_CHARSET, and suspect it should be the reverse (DEFAULT:0 ANSI:1).
> DEFAULT defines tend to be 0 except for a few special cases (and this one
> does not fit as one of in my book).
Don't know much about this but the Microsoft headers say that:
* ANSI_CHARSET is 0
* DEFAULT_CHARSET is 1
* SYMBOL_CHARSET is 2
And that settles it.
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