Unicode Controls for VB6 Patch 3.0.09

Developer: Lorenzi Davide
Specifications: Version 3.1 fixes Combo Box controls have a problem when selecting items with the keyboard, sometimes the index didn't correspond with the shown text.
Requirements: None
Limitation: 45-day free trial
Operation system: Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/Vista
Price: $699
License: Free to try
Version: v3.0.09
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You could also set them at runtime via code, resource file, database, or text file: In your UserControl convert the UTF8 to Unicode and render with DrawTextW or TextOutExW. The second Debug.Print “CHS: 欢迎” statement below was actually pasted from a Unicode string in a Notepad file. You can use pSetStylePlus in the module above and UserControl.HWnd to enable various RTL styles. Example: e = RegOpenKeyEx(m_hClassKey, m_sSectionKey, 0, KEY_QUERY_VALUE Or KEY_WOW64_64KEY, hKey) Windows 10 is just out and looking at the 64bit registry we have a 2 subKeys to convert: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersion “InstallDate” is REG_DWORD which is a 32bit integer which ranges between -2,147,483,648 and 2,147,483,647 which is a Unix date as the number of seconds since #1/1/1970# “InstallTime” is a REG_QWORD which is a 64bit which ranges between -9,223,372,036,854,775,808 and 9,223,372,036,854,775,807 which is the number of 100ns intervals since #1/1/1601# We decode both of these in the following function (make sure you supply a Variant and not a string): Public Function Unix2Date(ByVal vUnixDate As Variant) As Date   Dim dblCurr As Double   Dim tim As Double   Select Case VarType(vUnixDate)   Case vbLong ‘REG_DWORD      Unix2Date = DateAdd(“s”, vUnixDate, #1/1/1970#)   Case vbCurrency ‘REG_QWORD      ‘scale to days to avoid overflow in DateAdd      ‘Note that vbCurrency is already scaled by 10000 from registry QWORD      dblCurr = vUnixDate / 86400000      ‘get time (fraction of day)      tim = dblCurr – Int(dblCurr)      Unix2Date = DateAdd(“d”, dblCurr, #1/1/1601#) + tim   End Select End Function   Major 10 Minor 0 BuidNumber 10240 PlatformID 2 ServicePackMajor 0 ServicePackMinor 0 SuiteMask 256 VER_SUITE_SINGLEUSERTS ProductType 1 VER_NT_WORKSTATION CSDVersion Reserved 0 IsWindows10 True   82 82  You can also get the correct OS version without requiring a Manifest or using WMI by calling GetFileVersionInfo with “kernel32”.

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Times display according to the time format (either 12-hour or 24-hour) recognized by your computer. Example of how to integrate the wrapper: Public Sub DrawTextU(ByVal sText As String, ByRef rct as Rect, ByVal lFlags As Long)   Dim lPtr As Long   If (LenB(sText) = 0) Then Exit Sub   If (IsNT) Then      lPtr = StrPtr(sText)      If Not (lPtr = 0) Then         DrawTextW hdc, lPtr, -1, rct, lFlags      End If   Else ‘Win9x      If IsUnicode(sText) Then         ‘Call Uniscribe Wrapper here      Else         DrawTextA hdc, sText, -1, rct, lFlags      End If   End If End Sub  47 Vb6 strings are stored internally as Unicode ((Integer 0-65535)) with 2 bytes per character. 40 These are visibly displayed graphic characters, not invisible composition controls. Examples: In order to see Surrogate Pairs you must have a font which contains the characters you desire to render: Here are several Functions for working with Surrogate Pairs:: Download :  72 8 Aug 03 The Unicode Standard 4.0 3.8 Surrogates D25 High-surrogate code point: A Unicode code point in the range U+D800 to U+DBFF.D25a High-surrogate code unit: A 16-bit code unit in the range D80016 to DBFF16, used in UTF-16 as the leading code unit of a surrogate pair. DblFileLen = dblFileLen + PerformFileLengthTest(Data.Files(f)) Else ‘ following can only be used for non-unicode dblFileLen = dblFileLen + FileLen(Data.Files(f)) End If Next End If End If LabelResult(1).Caption = “Dropped ” & Data.Files.Count & ” files total of ” & dblFileLen & ” bytes.

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Presumably your users don’t have Hebrew selected as the system default code page, otherwise you could just use the native VB6 controls (bearing in mind that Hebrew is right-to-left, obviously!). 84 Â When a file has a BOM (Byte Order Mark) we can decode the file OK. Example of Vb ListView using DBCS Charset 134, CHINESE_GB2312 Â Set your Listiew to any Font that supports script CHINESE_GB2312 (Listview1.Font.Charset=134). This is frustrating and you certainly wouldn’t want to display a short filename to a user. You can find more information on using GDI+ in Visual Basic here Note: Most examples you will find on the WEB use class wrappers which are geared to C++/.Net users.