Re: How to tranform a unicode String into a , for example , a japanese String ?
Wednesday, June 18, 2003 03:40 PM
I am not sure to understand your question. Can you be more explicit?
I tell you why I do not get the point of your question:
The whole point of Unicode is to be able to describe in the same "table" all the possible characteres. That means Latin of course, but also Japanese, Chinese, Hieroglyphs, etc.
So, why do you want to "transform" them? You have them in Japanese, keep them in Japanese! ;-)
Technically, if you want to use another coding, then you just have to check each original Unicode character and find its equivalent in the other format. You create a table. Then you make a simple program converting each code into the other and there you are.
If you need information about Unicode, just go to www.unicode.org and check the part of the table describing your characteres.
As I am not a specialist of Japanese characters, I might have missed something justifying your question. If so, forgive me and please make your question more explicit.