If moving all your strings to Unicode within your application, when working with the RTL and VCL, and while invoking the Windows API isn't that hard, things can become a little more complicated as you read and write your strings to and from files. What happens with the TStrings file operations for example?
Delphi 2009 introduces another brand new class to handle file encodings, called TEncoding and somewhat mimicking the System.Text.Encoding class of the .NET framework. The TEncoding class, defined in the SysUtils unit, has several subclasses representing the encodings automatically supported by Delphi (these are standard encodings to which you can add your own):
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