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Old 10-18-2005, 08:24 AM   #1
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CJK support in ash shell


I am making a bootable image of linux with kerenl+filesystem+my own program based on ncurses. I would like to add CJK support to my shell based ncurses windows so i would like to know in detail how to add CJK(Chinese Japanese and Korean) support in my shell, i am using ash shell and would be displaying strings from string resource.

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