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 1This example shows how to use both std::string and std::wstring in Ocaml,
 2and also demonstrates that one might use this to make a locale-obedient
 3Ocaml program.
 4
 5These are two sample runs; note that the output is different based on the 
 6locale chosen to perform the conversion to wchar_t.
 7
 8bash-2.05a$ ./example ja_JP.EUC-JP
 9the original string contains 2              
10the new string contains 1 : [ 29494; ]
11bash-2.05a$ ./example en_US
12the original string contains 2
13the new string contains 2 : [ 205; 177; ]