I realize it's not very easy to support Unicode in Java.
However, although the Java language is platform-independant,
it's not so for the Java interpreter itself.
1) If the platform supports Unicode (e.g. Windows NT), the Java
interpreter just uses it.
2) If the platform doesn't support Unicode, the Java interpreter could
implement itself a support for Unicode, with it's own font format and
its own fonts. Well, this is not very good for efficiency but it
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