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Intrinsic Unicode methods treat their method object as a string of
 
Intrinsic Unicode methods treat their method object as a string of
type [[Unicode]].  Any value that is not a Unicode value is automatically converted before it is acted on by the method.  For more information about this conversion, see [[??]] refid=uniconv.
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type [[Unicode]].  Any value that is not a Unicode value is automatically converted before it is acted on by the method.  For more information about this conversion, see [[Implicit Unicode conversions]].
  
 
Unicode strings can be printed by a simple User Language Print statement; they are implicitly converted to EBCDIC strings in this case.
 
Unicode strings can be printed by a simple User Language Print statement; they are implicitly converted to EBCDIC strings in this case.

Revision as of 22:54, 20 December 2010

Intrinsic Unicode methods treat their method object as a string of type Unicode. Any value that is not a Unicode value is automatically converted before it is acted on by the method. For more information about this conversion, see Implicit Unicode conversions.

Unicode strings can be printed by a simple User Language Print statement; they are implicitly converted to EBCDIC strings in this case.

See the list of Intrinsic Unicode Methods for a list of the methods along with brief descriptions.

See Notation conventions for methods for information about the conventions followed in the method descriptions.

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