Rick McGowan scripsit:
> Oh GROAN! Not this thing again! Isn't there a FAQ on this... ;-) It must
> be the most-often asked question about Java & Unicode.
> Peter Westlake answere quite nicely. Java uses this internally. Don't use
> it for exporting data. Use the public I/O methods for extracting conformant
> UTF-8 data.
To which I would add:
Use the readUTF and writeUTF methods freely for binary I/O; their names
are misnomers, as what they really do is transput a standardized
representation of Java String objects.
-- John Cowan firstname.lastname@example.org e'osai ko sarji la lojban.
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