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    unicode help

    In c++ if you type "\xd6[\x9cH\xbe\x12,]D\xeb" as a value of something it automatically returns "╓[H╛↕,]Dδ" as the value of "\xd6[\x9cH\xbe\x12,]D\xeb".

    I know in visual basic you can implement the same thing by doing this
    Chr(&HD6) & Chr(&HCH) & etc but you have to manually split up
    "\xd6[\x9cH\xbe\x12,]D\xeb"


    Is there anyway in visual basic to do it all at once?

    VBFunction("\xd6[\x9cH\xbe\x12,]D\xeb")???

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    No. C++ has escape codes as part of it's string processing. All escape codes begin with a slash (\). VB does not have this. But you could write your own function to do this.

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