What is the difference between Wide Character and character in C++?
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char is used for so called ANSI family of functions (typically function name ends with A), or more commonly known as using ASCII character set. wchar_t is used for new so called Unicode (or Wide) family of functions (typically function name ends with W), which use UTF-16 character set. It is very similar to UCS-2, but not quite it. If character requires more than 2 bytes, it will be converted into 2 composite codepoints, and this can be very confusing.
It will much easier if you give example of wchar_t
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