I can't seem to find that they go hand-in-hand.
Converting a simple wide string into a date seems impossible by any easy means. std::string on the other hand would works just like so:
But this does not work for wide strings.
std::string s("2001-10-9"); //2001-October-09
Is there a better way to do this besides using confusing C/C++ date/time functionality and without having to convert the wide string to a narrow string?
I expected the Boost library to be quality, yet it lacks wide support?