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Miran Cvenkel
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1.I picked up this on net where it is said: if it falls into exception, then file is not UTF8.
2.It does not go into exception.
3. Until I figured that I should use cp1250 instead of UTF8, nothing was ok

Any advice how to catch wrong encoding exception ?

 
Greg Charles
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Well, there's an UnsupportedEncodingException that you could catch, but that's for encodings not supported by your system at all. Using a supported encoding that just isn't right for the file you're reading isn't going to cause an exception of any kind. Where did you see that?
 
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