WCHARtoUTF8 has a constructor that accepts a wide character pointer "wchar_t *", and an implicit type casting operator to cast to "const char *". Thus it can be used like a function that accepts a wide string as input and returns a UTF8 string as output. Note that the memory required for the output is from the WCHARtoUTF8 object, so it must be used before the object is destroyed.
A typical usage is like:
In the above, the WCHARtoUTF8 object is destroyed after the function returns, so the converted UTF8 string is valid for the lifetime of the function call.
|WCHARtoUTF8||(Self)||Constructs a WCHARtoUTF8 object.|
|const_char_ptr||(Self)||Operator for implicit casting to const char *.|