A 10:49 98-08-04 -0700, Mark Davis a écrit :
>For examples, I have been using a small applet for converting between
>hex representations of Unicode and other codesets (UTF-8, JIS, 8859-x,
>&c.). In case anyone else is interested, I just posted it up on the
>If you try it out, please let me know if you have any feedback.
On my machine, installed with Windows 95C (French version) with Netscape
4.05 French version, it does not work at all. I get a big gray box in the
middle of the screen with title upward: "Java Unicode Converter" and 2
hyperlinks: "Operation, Caveats".
It says in English on the status bar :
"Applet Unicode converter can't start: error:
java.lang.class.ClassFormatError: Class already loaded".
Btw I don't know what is a class in this context! I never knew when one
talks about Java. Sorry for my ignorance of this programming language (I'd
like to know, btw). A "class being loaded" seems odd to me.
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