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Mahendra Athneria
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Hi,

i have one prob, when i am using some special character like, * or / it gets processed fine in simple application. but when it is going through JNI it got distorted.

please help me to resolve the prob.


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Mahendra Athneria
Mumbai - India
 
Jesper de Jong
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Please tell the details - without more specific information it's very hard to help you solve the problem.

To answer the question: Yes ofcourse you can use the ASCII character set with JNI. But that answer isn't going to help you a lot...

How does the data get distorted? What does your code look like? What did you expect to happen, what happened in reality and what exactly is the difference?
 
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One topic, one thread, please. I hope Rob Fred and Martijn won't mind me closing this thread.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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