This section contains resources for determining how to represent international characters in HTML text, enabling input of East Asian characters on all versions of Windows, and dealing with a variety of multilingual issues (such as code page and locale enumeration) in your C++ code projects.
|Active Input Method Manager (AIMM)||
Active Input Method Manager (IMM) mirrors the Microsoft Win32 Input Method Manager APIs to allow East Asian character input on non-East Asian versions of Windows and Microsoft Windows NT 4.0.
|HTML Character Sets||
Character sets determine how the bytes that represent the text of your HTML document are translated to readable characters. Windows Internet Explorer interprets the bytes in your document according to the applied character set translations.
This section covers the functionality provided by MLang, which is intended to help developers solve problems presented by the international scope of the Internet. These tools allow a developer to deal with a variety of international and multilingual issues.