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domain email forwarding domain email forwarding getElementById("ToggleLeft").blur(); } function load() { showLeft(leftBar()); document.getElementById("ToggleLeft").style.display="inline"; } the JDK Search the Tutorials Internationalization Working with Text Converting Non-Unicode Text > > If a byte array contains non-Unicode text, you can convert the text to Unicode with one of the constructor methods.

domain email forwarding Conversely, you can convert a object into a byte array of non-Unicode characters with the method. When invoking either of these methods, you specify the encoding identifier as one of the parameters. The example that follows converts characters between UTF-8 and Unicode. UTF-8 is a transmission format for Unicode that is safe for UNIX file systems. The full source code for the example is in the file .

domain email forwarding The program starts by creating a containing Unicode characters: String original = new String("A" + "\u00ea" + "\u00f1" + "\u00fc" + "C"); When printed, the appears as: AêñüC To convert the object to UTF-8, invoke the method and specify the appropriate encoding identifier as a parameter. The method returns an array of bytes in UTF-8 format. To create a object from an array of non-Unicode bytes, invoke the constructor with the encoding parameter. The code that makes these calls is enclosed in a block, in case the specified encoding is unsupported: try { byte[] utf8Bytes = original.getBytes("UTF8"); byte[] defaultBytes = original.

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