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Message1. a simple question
#4839
Posted by: 2004-07-17 00:09:02
When writing lines like:

-> wxT("A generic string")

What's the importance of specifyng wxT("...")?
Thanks and bye.
Marco Benvenuto
Message2. Re: a simple question
#4842
Posted by: upCASE 2004-07-17 22:52:02
Hi!
Quoting from the docs:
"wxT() is a macro which can be used with character and string literals (in other words, 'x' or "foo") to automatically convert them to Unicode in Unicode build configuration. Please see the Unicode overview for more information.

This macro is simply returns the value passed to it without changes in ASCII build. In fact, its definition is:

#ifdef UNICODE
#define wxT(x) L ## x
#else // !Unicode
#define wxT(x) x
#endif"
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