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1. How to classify Japanese characters as either Kanji or Kana    stackoverflow.com

Given such text ??????????? How can I classify each character as kana or kanji? To get some thing like this

? - kanji
? - kanji
? - kanji
? - kanji 
? - kanji 
? - kanji ...

2. how to use chinese and japanese character as string in java?    stackoverflow.com

I am using java language. In this I have to use some chinese, japanese character as the string and print using System.out.println().
How can I do that? Thanks

3. Java encoding for Japanese characters    stackoverflow.com

I have a file name with Japanese characters. file name: S?????.pdf In Java, file name: S?????.pdf

// Support for Japanese file name
fileNameX = new String(fileName.getBytes("Shift_JIS"),"ISO8859_1");
The output fileNameX is coming out S?????.pdf. Hence it is throwing ...

4. japanese character encoding    coderanch.com

Hi All, I am getting string value from one FTP server (this holds name of the file, and we are using Apache FTP API to get filenames), while creating a file in local maching with same name its not creating with japanese characters, its puting some junk charcters. Please help me in creating file with same name. I am using following ...

5. corrupt Japanese characters in excel    coderanch.com

6. showing japanese characters    coderanch.com

hi i am trying to insert and fetch japanese characters into the database. i am using Oracle 9i and NLS_LANG and NLS_LANG_UTF shows JAPANESE_JAPAN.JA16SJIS and JAPANESE_JAPAN.AL16UTF-16 respectively. i am using Windows xp sp3 English operating system . i have a jsp page in which i have 2 text fields where i enter japanese data ,then submit it to a servlet where ...

7. Unable to read the Japanese character from HTTP Response    coderanch.com

Hi, I have a new problem now. In another web application I am sending the japanese characters in the text box when I try to print that it is coming in corrupted format, but I have set contentType="text/html; charset=SHIFT_JIS" pageEncoding="Shift_JIS" in the page attribute of the JSP and in the Servlet also I have set the reqeust in SHIFT_JIS encoding. the ...

8. Accessing Japanese characters from text area    coderanch.com

Hi Christophe, As you suggested I added the following lines in my JSP: <%@ page contentType="text/html;charset=UTF-8" language="java"%> <%@ page pageEncoding="utf-8" %> .. .. In the servlet I'm using the following code for fetching the value (which has japanese characters) from JSP and writing it to html file: .. String sXmlInput = null; .. ...

9. japanese character as junk    coderanch.com

Hi All, I am trying to send japanese character in mail. But the recieved mail contains the junk character rather than japanese. The code is import java.io.*; import javax.mail.*; import javax.mail.internet.*; import javax.activation.*; public class SendApp { public static void send(String smtpHost, int smtpPort, String from, String to, String subject) throws AddressException, MessagingException { // Create a mail session java.util.Properties props ...

10. Java String does not recognize Japanese Characters    coderanch.com

It does not work because the Windows XP console window does not normally support those characters - it doesn't have anything to do with the Java program itself. You would probably need a Japanese version of Windows to make the command prompt show these characters. Or use something else than the command prompt window to show the output of your program. ...

11. Japanese characters problem    coderanch.com

12. getting Junk characters in Japanese MQ message    coderanch.com

Hello people, Facing a problem while getting a message with Japanese text in it. Would give you a brief background. 1. Application Server migrated from 9i (jdk 1.3) to 10g (jdk 1.5) 2. AIX Server upgrade from Solaris 8 to Solaris 10.(Applications Server machine) 3. MQ server upgrade from 5 to 7.0.1 Using the below mentioned method to get the MQ ...

13. Problem encoding japanese character    coderanch.com

Hi All, I have had good solutions for my problems here. I hope to get one for the problem i am facing now. I have to store japanese data in postgres database. Mine is a web application. I get the values using request.getParameterMap(). When we pass japanese character in request, the value that is retrieved has some junk characters [like ????????]. ...

14. Japanese Characters....    forums.oracle.com

Stevoo, What is the datatype of the field in the database? Then when the data is being saved to the database, how this happen i.e from java to database. What you read the data from the DB, do you read it as a String or as a byte? Regards, Alan Mehio Lodon, UK

15. japanese characters coming as ????    forums.oracle.com

16. identifying japanese characters    forums.oracle.com

17. Passing Japanese characters to Java program    forums.oracle.com

Hi, I am using Java POI APIs for creating/modifying excel spreadsheets. The platform is Solaris. The data to be populated contains both English as well as Japanese characters. The input data to Java program comes from a perl program. When I populate the data in excel or even print using System.out.println, it prints ???... for Japanese characters. The data is in ...

18. japanese chars junk....    forums.oracle.com

dear support.... i developing the struts application with language option.. like english and japan.... In JSP file the japanese chars and the english chars showing correctly.... In java file if i hard codely assign some variable and print in a sysout it is printed correctly in tha console...when retrive from the form object the japanese characters get junk... 1)i am setting ...

19. Accessing Japanese characters from text area    forums.oracle.com

Greetings to all, I am having a JSP page with a textarea in it. I access the value entered in the text area using a servlet. But when I type Japanese characters in the text area, I am getting the value as '?' in the servlet I even tried Request.setCharacterEncoding("ISO-2022-JP"); in the servlet before accessing the value from the text area. ...

21. Problem while reading japanese characters    forums.oracle.com

24. Japanese characters not handled properly    forums.oracle.com