Encoding « I18N « Java

1.Convert Encoding
2.Utility class for working with character sets
3.Utility methods for ASCII character checking.
4.Reader for UCS-2 and UCS-4 encodings. (i.e., encodings from ISO-10646-UCS-(2|4)).
5.Conversions between IANA encoding names and Java encoding names, and vice versa.
6.ASCII character handling functions
7.This class represents an encoding.
8.Provides information about encodings.
9.Codec for the Quoted-Printable section of http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1521.txt (RFC 1521)

10.ISO 8859-8, ASCII plus Hebrew
11.TIS-620 does not have the non-breaking space or the C1 controls.
12.ISO-8859-1; a.k.a. Latin-1
13.ISO 8859-2, a.k.a. Latin-2
14.ISO 8859-3
15.ISO 8859-4, Latin plus the characters needed for Greenlandic, Icelandic, and Lappish.
16.ISO 8859-9 for Turkish.
17.ISO-8859-10, for Lithuanian, Estonian, Greenlandic, Icelandic, Inuit, Lappish, and other Northern European languages.
18.ISO-8859-13, for Latvian and other Baltic languages.
19.ISO-8859-14, for Gaelic, Welsh, and other Celtic languages.
20.ISO 8859-9 for Western Europe. Includes the Euro sign and several uncommon French letters
21.ISO 8859-16, Romanian
22.ASCII Writer
23.UCS Writer
24.Unicode Writer
25.Whether a character is or is not available in a particular encoding
26.ISO 8859-6, ASCII plus Arabic
27.ISO 8859-5, ASCII plus Cyrillic (Russian, Byelorussian, etc.)
28.ISO 8859-7, ASCII plus Greek
29.IANA to Java Mapping
30.Java to IANA Mapping
31.EncodingMap is a convenience class which handles conversions between IANA encoding names and Java encoding names, and vice versa.
32.Get file encoding