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RupeshKumar
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Joined: Mar 21, 2006
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Hi
I'm trying to write a class which will be able to read a file written in any format, provided its encoding informaiton. I've used java.nio.charset.Charset and related classes to do the same.
My problem is that, this class(java.nio.charset.Charset) provides only a number of formats(if charset.jar is also taken into account, then some more). I want to provide my own characters/encoding. I looked for the same in JDK 5.0 documentation but I could only find java.nio.charset.CharsetProvider whose use I don't know.
Please help me and guide me how to provide extensions for charset or any useful link.

Thanks in advance.
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RupeshKumar,

perhaps you missed our naming policy on the way in. Basically, we require a real sounding first AND last name, separated by a space. please go here and update your profile.

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RupeshKumar
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I expected answer to more critical problems in life, but since you asked, I'm Rupesh Kumar and someone else had registered with this name, so I had to take this type of name.
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