as suggested http://www.cplusplus.com/forum/unices/13257/
Otherwise those characters don't show at all.
Obtained squares on screen. Under WinHex checked that 3(!!!!) bytes per symbol was on output:
in hex respectivetly, while normal usual symbols take only one byte e.g.
31 only for '1', 2c only for comma, 0A only for eol.
Tried also as simply as possible
Alas, printing Unicode to the terminal/console is black magic. (Still.) I'm planning to write an article on this for Windows users, but cross-platform, you need to do output with UTF-8 strings.
As for the mechanics, Forget the standard streams. That's right, they don't work right for this stuff on the console.
Use wprintf() (#include <cstdio>) and the %S format specifier (with a capital-S) to print UTF-8 strings.
Your console must also be prepared to accept/display Unicode. Click on the icon at the top and change the font to "Lucida Console" or "Consolas" (whichever you prefer). Once done, type "chcp 65001" to set the mode to UTF-8.
About tramslation mode... Problem actually not in terminal, i'm not expect for cygwin terminal to show my symbols correctly. But after redirecting to file and opening it in notepad++ i expected to see everything in right way (that's why i actually mention WinHex, i work with rather regulat files). I'm rather did smth wrong in notepad++ coz it really too good for all that stuff.