I doubt you will find any DOS language that supports Unicode 'out of the box'.
However, there are Unicode-enabled DOS programs out there, so I'd say your best 
shot is to take a look inside them.

Blocek is a unicode editor written in Pascal:

FoxType is a UTF8 text viewer written in FreeBasic:


On Friday 13 April 2012 16:33:30 Alex wrote:
> Just to save me some time, instead of going through all the forums and
> the documentation files (which would take forever), I ask this
> question to you all: which of the (FreeDOS-based) languages support
> Unicode?
> More specifically, does anyone know if Turbo Pascal can support UTF-8?
> Is there any library/module for this purpose?
> Thanks to all in advance
> Alex

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