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Leopard Sample Code: Internationalization
Unicode is an international standard character encoding that contains all the characters needed by the world's commonly used writing systems and a great many less commonly used ones. Mac OS X uses Unicode as its native character encoding because it can represent most of the world's languages in a single, industry-standard character set. Developers can take advantage of the support Apple provides for Unicode text rendering and editing, for locale-sensitive operations on Unicode text, and for converting between Unicode and other character encodings.

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MoreIsBetter (HTML) (DMG) (ZIP)
Library providing indispensable wrapers and workarounds for many areas of Mac OS programming.
ATSUICurveAccessDemo (HTML) (DMG) (ZIP)
Demonstrates low-level ATSUI APIs which allow access to raw glyph curve data.
ATSUIDirectAccessDemo (HTML) (DMG) (ZIP)
Demonstrates some basic manipulations of the ATSUI DirectAccess api.