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You can use the native2ascii tool to convert files with native encoded characters to a file with Unicode encoded characters.

The syntax to use the native2ascii tool is:

native2ascii [options] [inputfile [outputfile]]
  1. options: Refers to various options that you can use to pass information or configure the native2ascii tool.
  2. inputfile: Refers to the file that contains native encoded characters.
  3. outputfile: Represents the file that will contain the converted text.

Options of the native2ascii Tool

-reverseAllows you to perform the reverse operation, which reverse the sense of the conversion.
-encoding encoding_nameSpecifies the encoding name that is used by the conversion procedure.
-JoptionAllows you to pass configuration options to JVM.

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1.1.2.JDK Utilities
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