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Topic: writing pdf
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 59955
From: ksharma
Date: 5/29/2002 05:42 PM

hi,
I have written a simple c++ program to create a pdf file and has written some text(in US English) into it. I'm not using any PDF lib or any other lib. Now I want to write that text into different languages like german etc My problem is that how to do that, I mean do I need to write some special object in my PDF file which acrobat reader needs to understand that text is in german language ? Note that I will get the german text from user as input and no worry about that.
1) The problem is how to tell acrobat that this text is in specific language.
2) Also can please anybody tell how to store that text in buffer before writing to PDF, I mean char a[23] = "hello"; is ok for english. Will same work for other languages?

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