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Character Encoding - mahine independent

 
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Hi all. This is my first post here, so here it goes:
I was just wondering if anybody could offer me any suggestions on this (I know I can do it using streams... just don't know exactly how).
I am writing a small File Transfer client (TFTP). In a netascii transfer, the data consists of lines of ASCII text followed by a carriage return and a linefeed (CR/LF). The client that I am writing is responsible for converting between netascii format and the format used by the machine that I am running the client on.
I know Unix will support this CR/LF, but I think a Windows based machine just uses Line Feeds. Any suggestions? Thanks alot! I like the site!
 
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Take a look at this doc:
http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.3/docs/api/java/lang/package-summary.html#charenc
It has worked well for me.
 
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