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How to accomplish Unicode file I/O operations in Fortran?

How to accomplish Unicode file I/O operations in Fortran?

How to accomplish Unicode file I/O operations in Fortran?

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Has anybody managed to get "File Open/Inquire" operations working in Fortran (Intel v.10.1) with a Unicode filename, such as Japanese?  Any advice will be greatly appreciated.

Richard Ay
Intergraph CAS

RE: How to accomplish Unicode file I/O operations in Fortran?

You need to use the NLS functions.  Under Fortran help, type MBCS Conversion in the search line.  It will come up with a whole bunch of routines.  The ones you're interested in are the JIS ones.

Note that Japanese is not normally unicode: it is normally DBCS, which on an MS system can be mistaken for unicode since they are both 16 bits.

RE: How to accomplish Unicode file I/O operations in Fortran?

(OP)
Thank you, we'll check this out.
 

Richard Ay
Intergraph CAS

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