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Thread: Problem with Japanese Encoding

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    Default Problem with Japanese Encoding

    Hi,
    I am new to ja encoding formats in java. I have a code where I want to save ja lang text in a text file (.vcs - calander attachment). But I get junk characters instead of ja lang texts. I tried a small code snippet which I am not able to get it work.

    String st = "japanese lang text here";
    File fl1;
    fl1 = new File("C:\\test.txt");
    FileOutputStream fos1 = new FileOutputStream(fl1);
    fos1.write(st.getBytes("SJIS"));
    fos1.close();
    Here this string st comes from another function. I use test.txt file for testing and "SJIS" is the encoding format in java for JA (Shift_JIS). I have attached the source.txt and the result test.txt.

    Thanks for the help in advance.
    Senthil
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