The wchar_t keyword designates a wide-character type.
Specifies a valid MIDL identifier. Valid MIDL identifiers consist of up to 31 alphanumeric and/or underscore characters and must start with an alphabetic or underscore character.
The MIDL compiler allows redefinition of wchar_t, but only if it is consistent with the preceding definition.
The wide-character type is one of the predefined types of MIDL. The wide-character type can appear as a type specifier in const declarations, typedef declarations, general declarations, and function declarators (as a function return–type specifier and as a parameter-type specifier). For the context in which type specifiers appear, see Interface Definition (IDL) File.
The [string] attribute can be applied to a pointer or array of type wchar_t.
Use the L character before a character or a string constant to designate the wide character–type constant.