[ConvertINetUnicodeToMultiByte is available for use in the operating systems specified in the Requirements section. It may be altered or unavailable in subsequent versions. Instead, use MultiByteToWideChar or WideCharToMultiByte. ]
Translates a character stream in Unicode to the specified destination code page.
HRESULT ConvertINetUnicodeToMultiByte( LPDWORD lpdwMode, DWORD dwEncoding, LPCWSTR lpSrcStr, LPINT lpnWideCharCount, LPSTR lpDstStr, LPINT lpnMultiCharCount );
A pointer to a DWORD that is used internally to store conversion context. A caller can provide storage that is initialized with zero at the first call to the function. A caller must not modify the value without calling MLANG service functions.
A DWORD that contains the code page identifier value for the multibyte destination string.
A pointer to the Unicode string that is being converted.
A pPointer to the buffer that stores the length of the source string in character counts. If this is NULL, or if the length specified is -1, the function assumes the source string is null-terminated. When conversion is successful, the function returns the number of characters processed to this buffer.
A pointer to the string buffer where the conversion result is stored.
A pointer to the buffer that stores the length of the destination buffer in bytes. When the conversion is successful, the function returns the number of bytes copied to the lpDstStr buffer.
The function returns one of the following values.
Performed the conversion successfully.
The specified conversion is not supported on the system.
An unknown error has occurred.
The destination code page can be any of the Windows standard code pages or any code page using character encoding defined by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). This function provides a translation similar to translation that is provided by calling IMultiLanguage::ConvertStringFromUnicode. Note that the size of the Unicode string to be converted is specified in characters, while the size of the multibyte string returned is specified in bytes.
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