karamjeet singh wrote:how can i convert string of any font to unicode in java
can any one help me ?
Ralph Cook wrote:Well, your question has taught me something -- I had no idea, until I looked it up, that there was any such thing as a Unicode font...
Campbell Ritchie wrote:Look for Joel Spolsky’s article called something like what every computer scientist definitely absolutely necessarily is obliged compelled and required to know about character encodings.You might be quicker clicking here
Hence the Google didn’t triumph there, did they?
Tim Moores wrote: . . . second link, because the first one doesn't lead anywhere near that article...
Peter Johnson wrote:Looking in my Windows Fonts folder, I see an "Arial Unicode MS Regular" font is registered. Its size is 22MB
karamjeet singh wrote:Unicode characters are platform(mobile & Win & mac readable) indepenedent right ?
I want this only for my company's website. when anyone click on one language(add it to session or cookie) like portuguese i make it convert the whole website to selected language.
I want to convert all the language to that font but dont want the user to have this font installed on his machine and not able to read the website
What do you mean by "convert all the language to that font"? What font?
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