I'm not sure if by 'terminal session' you mean the terminal device or the
terminal job.  For the device you could use Retrieve Device Description
(QDCRDEVD) API, for the job Retrieve Job Information (QUSRJOBI).  If
working with the device description you should be careful about the
job/*dspf/*pnlgrp parameters associated with CHRID and CHRIDCTL as implicit
conversions may be taking place on your behalf.  For Unicode/EBCDIC
conversion you could use APIs such as QTQCVRT or the MI instruction

There are various encodings for Unicode (UCS-2, UTF-16, UTF-8, etc.) and
each can represent a given character in different ways.  All three of these
are supported by the API and MI interfaces.

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Fellow MI geeks:

I'm just beginning to research a Unicode support project, and was
wondering if anybody can point me in the direction of a quick-and-easy way
for an OPM MI program to identify the codepage of a terminal session (I
may already be doing that), and to translate strings between Unicode and
whatever EBCDIC codepage is in use. Also, I recall reading that there are
2 different Unicode codepages; are there any differences between how they
code the characters representable in EBCDIC?


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