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Stored procedures
Converts an ANSI string (Windows) to an OEM string (DOS). Accented characters are different in both standards. The conversion consists in modifying the accented characters.
Reminder:
  • ANSI is the character set used in Windows.
  • OEM is the character set used in DOS (or Windows console).
Versions 24 and later
WEBDEV - Server codeLinux This function is now available for WEBDEV sites in Linux.
WEBDEV - Server codeWindows This function is now available for WEBDEV sites in Windows.
New in version 24
WEBDEV - Server codeLinux This function is now available for WEBDEV sites in Linux.
WEBDEV - Server codeWindows This function is now available for WEBDEV sites in Windows.
WEBDEV - Server codeLinux This function is now available for WEBDEV sites in Linux.
WEBDEV - Server codeWindows This function is now available for WEBDEV sites in Windows.
Example
Res is string
StringToConvert is string = "Crème brûlée"
Res = StringToConvert.AnsiToOem()
Syntax
<Result> = <String to convert>.AnsiToOem()
<Result>: ANSI character string
OEM character string.
<String to convert>: ANSI character string
ANSI string to convert.
Remarks
  • <String type>.AnsiToOem does not convert characters with an ASCII code between 0 and 31 (control characters).
  • Caution: <String type>.AnsiToOem must not be used with a character string containing OEM special characters (accented characters): these characters will be converted and the result will be incorrect.
Component : wd260vm.dll
Minimum version required
  • Version 24
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