How to printf Japanese Word
Wed May 27 01:21:00 GMT 2009
Hmmm, when you use wide character I/O function (like "wprintf"):
- case1: missing setlocale?
- case2: missing settings of LANG environment variable?
- case3: MB <-> WC converter is broken?
- case4: write the literal L"...Japanese Character..." in the source
directly? (and gcc can't convert MB to WC)
2009/5/26 Qiang Wang <email@example.com>:
> hi, thanks for your answer.
> I use arm-elf-gcc and run the newlib in the arm target board.
> I print out the string through the serial cable.
> If I use my printf_me, the Japanese will be printed very well.
> I have found that printf in newlib will cut the MSB of the byte.
> I even modify some MACRO and re-compile the newlib to support wide
> character string.
> But I can not get the Japanese work print .
> best regards
> 2009/5/25 IWAMURO Motonori <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> Which is the version of Cygwin 1.5 or 1.7?
>> What is the terminal emulator that you are using?
>> What is the encoding of the source? (UTF-8, Shift_JIS (CP932), or EUC-JP?)
>> 2009/5/25 Qiang Wang <email@example.com>:
>>> hi, all
>>> I try to print out the Japanese word with printf or cout.
>>> But the Japanese string have been converted into other words.
>>> So how can I print out the word.
>>> thank you very much.
>>> best reguards
>> IWAMURO Motnori <http://vmi.jp/>
IWAMURO Motnori <http://vmi.jp/>
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