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QuestionMSXML load - not able to read chinese characters in path Pin
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Gopi Nath28-Feb-18 23:12
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Hello Richard,

MSXML::IXMLDOMDocumentPtr->load function, when I tried to load a file in which the path or file name contains Chinese characters, its not loading. Means, it fails to load the file into the document pointer and return false.

Regards,
Gopinath.
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QuestionGiven two numbers say a and b. Print their XOR after making the lengths of their binary representation equal by adding trailing zeros to the binary representation of smaller one. Pin
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