OTL 4.0, Examples for Oracle 10g, Unicode

The examples below show how to use OTL with Oracle 10g and Unicode based strings. At the database level,, the string format may vary, and at least at the C++ level all string data gets converted  into 2-byte Unicode characters with possible surrogate pairs.  In order to enable OTL/OCI10g and Unicde, the following #defined need to be defined: #define OTL_ORA10G, #define OTL_UNICODE.

See Oracle 9i Unicode / OCI examples for more detail, they should work for Oracle 10g.

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