In message "re: Java and UTF", 'firstname.lastname@example.org' writes:
> It looks like there are indeed convenient ways to convert to and
> from UTF-8 in JDK 1.1. For instance,
> These methods have the disadvantage that they store the length of the
> string in front of the string, but hey, ya take what ya can get!
I know about these, and, because they also store the length (a binary
number), they're useless for, say, a Unicode plain-text editor.
I have looked at the char streams, but haven't seen yet anything
there that actually supports UTF-8. Lots of other goodies, but not
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