You'll come to find out that character encoding and fonts are the two keys you will concern yourself with. What programming language are you using? Is there an internationalization (i18n) standard for building applications in that language? I'm more familiar with Java/J2EE, and there is an accepted i18n standard way of including different language files there.
Good luck and enjoy it. Please share your progress with us. I'm sure we're all curious.
From: "Saber Solomon" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Persian in Windows Applications Date: Wed, 2 Feb 2005 02:47:36 +0330
I'm going to program and develop a windows application and I want to use Persian in user interface. I'm using Windows XP and uni-code in programming language. But is there any trick or rule to make application working fine in older windows? (98, ME) Or just using uni-code makes anything fine?
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