Re: Russian characters in the Code Editor (Real Studio getting started Mailinglist archive)
|Russian characters in the Code Editor - Alexei Vinidiktov|
|Re: Russian characters in the Code Editor - Alexei Vinidiktov|
|Re: Russian characters in the Code Editor|
|Date: 28.01.05 19:17 (Sat, 29 Jan 2005 01:17:50 +0700)|
|From: Alexei Vinidiktov|
You wrote 29 january 2005, 0:37:48:
> At 12:24 AM +0700 1/29/05, Alexei Vinidiktov wrote:
>> > It should work just fine, if your OS supports it. What version of
>>> OS, what platform, and what version of that platform are you using?
>>I'm sorry I didn't provide that info earlier. My OS is Windows XP Pro
>>SP1 Russian and I'm using the trial version of RealBasic 5.5.4.
> All right, the code editor supports Unicode, but I'm not very
> familiar with Unicode input methods on Windows (I know that they work
> fine on MacOS though). Unfortunately the engineer best suited to
> answer this question is out today.
> But meanwhile, let me suggest a work-around: make use of Constants.
> Use the "New Constant" command to create a constant, set the type to
> String, and then click the little "..." button. This should bring up
> a big EditField where, I would think, you can type Russian text just
> as you would in any text editor. Then use the name of this constant
> in your code.
Thanks a lot, Joe! Your method works perfectly!