This module imports the structures, constants an functions
of Input Method Manager.
The Input Method Editor (IME), available in Asian versions
of the Microsoft Windows operating system, helps minimize the effort
needed by users to enter text containing characters from Unicode
and double-byte character sets.
The Input Method Editor relieves users of the need to remember
all possible character values. Instead, the IME monitors
the user's keystrokes, anticipates the characters the user may want,
and presents a list of candidate characters from which to choose.
By default, the IME provides an IME window through which users
enter keystrokes and view and select candidates.
Applications developed for the Win32 application programming
interface (API) can use the Input Method Manager (IMM)
functions and messages to create and manage their own IME windows,
providing a custom interface while using the conversion capabilities
of the IME.
For more info look the "End-User-Defined Characters"
and "Input Method Editor" in WIN32.HLP.