Apologies for the disturbance, I've found the solution - AnsiChar.
Now all is working fine.

----- Original Message ----- From: Stan To: ICS support mailing Sent: Tuesday, February 28, 2012 10:43 PM
Subject: OFF: string issues while porting WebSockets server to BDS 2010


Hi,

I have a working WebSockets server for ICS, which I plan to share.
It is implemented initially in Delphi 7. Now I try to port it to BDS2010
and have some issues with strings.

First, I replaced all 'string's with 'AnsiString's, and this seems working as
expected. But Chr function produces a problem. If I have an AnsiString
str, and try to call str := Chr(b), where b is Byte with value 129, I get
the symbol '?', which should normally be another "non-standard" so to
speak character.

So the question is, how to use Chr in BDS without any "smart"
interferences, or how can I pack bytes in a AnsiString without using
Chr?

Thanks in advance,
Stan
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