I am dealing with a program which exports data from a windows form to a tabular note, the program works fine for nx8.5 but for nx10 the program throws an exception for this line of code
whenever entry[i] contains a degree sign " ° " , and the exception has someting to do with UTF-8 encoding.
i have tried other types of encoding and at best i got '?' instead of '°'
any help would be appreciated
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Try adding a call to the UfSession.Text.SetTextMode(2); at the beginning of your program.
(If it doesn't like the "2", you'll have to find the text-mode enum for AllUtf8.)
For details, see the NX Open C Reference Guide and find UF_TEXT_set_text_mode.
Or instead of figuring out all the UTF-8 stuff, just try using the following string "<$s>" (without the quotes) for the degree symbol.
If you search the docs for "text control characters" you will find all sorts of symbols can be made this way.
Production: NX10.0.3.5 MP16/TC11.2
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