I am developing a test software where the user can enter a string where I must validate it as C++ variable syntax. Then I started wondering if people can develop in japanese or other idioms.
When I typed "is" on some IDE, it poped up a list with a "isascii" function. Then I wondered if I can use that function to check for the letters of the variable.
I googled and couldn't find about isascii if not on microsoft's msdn, so I guess its a windows function that use the locale of the machine?
could someone also explain a bit of this isascii and __isascii please?
what of this "is" functions should I use to check for the letter that is in the name of the variable?
Thanks and sorry my nooberish!
Joe Do you mean language instead of idiom?
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