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QGb2312Codec(3qt)								QGb2312Codec(3qt)

       QGb2312Codec - Conversion to and from the Chinese GB2312 encoding

       #include <qgb18030codec.h>

       Inherits QGb18030Codec.

   Public Members
       QGb2312Codec ()

       The QGb2312Codec class provides conversion to and from the Chinese GB2312 encoding.

       The GB2312 encoding has been superceded by the GB18030 encoding and GB18030 is backward
       compatible to GB2312. For this reason the QGb2312Codec class is implemented in terms of
       the GB18030 codec and uses its 0xA1A1-0xFEFE subset for conversion from and to Unicode.

       The QGb2312Codec is kept mainly for compatibility reasons with older software.

       See also Internationalization with Qt.

QGb2312Codec::QGb2312Codec ()

       http://doc.trolltech.com/qgb2312codec.html http://www.trolltech.com/faq/tech.html

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Trolltech AS				 9 December 2002			QGb2312Codec(3qt)
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