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Bringing Chinese/Japanese characters as JLabel Text

 
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Hi,
In our application we are planning to implement multiple languages as labels.
We succeded to implement French,German etc because the characters are present on keyboard and the editors support the text.
Now we are planning to implement Chinese/Japanese. At this moment we dont know whether we can type Chinese/Japanese text through key board and whether our editor support those characters.
Can anybody please tell me the procedure to bring Chinese/Japanese Characters as JLabel Text in Swing Application?
Thanks in advance,
Vattikuti
 
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Hello ,I am Chinese.
First,you can input Chinese characters via the keyboard,but you should install a chinese support software which allow you to read and input chinese charaters on your OS.Another problem,do you know "pinyin" of Chinese which is like phonetic symbol in English? It is required when you input Chinese characters.
Then you can use it like this:

If your Explorer doesn't support Chinese,you can't see Chinese charaters above.
[ July 16, 2003: Message edited by: jiayu gao ]
 
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