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Does RFA 8.1 C++ support reading non-Unicode information from FID ?

Example : in some FID if we receive information which uses Chinese alphabets [non uni-code information], does RFA support that information's handling.

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@mktdata

Thank you for reaching out to us.

Typically, we use RMTES for non-ASCII charaters.

Basically, RMTES uses ISO 2022 escape sequences to select the character sets used. RMTES provides support for Reuters Basic Character Set (RBCS), UTF-8, Japanese Latin and Katakana (JIS C 6220 - 1969), Japanese Kanji (JIS X 0208 - 1990), and Chinese National Standard (CNS 11643-1986). RMTES also supports sequences for character repetition and sequences for partial updates.

The Refinitiv Real-Time APIs can decode the RMTES strings. For more information, please refer to the Encoding and Decoding non-ASCII text using EMA and RFA C++/.NET article.

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