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Hi Thank you for reading my post I have a problem with reading some UTF-8 information from a file and writing it as UTF-8 into another file. imagine , i have a file that contains some utf-8 text ,(i can read them in windows using notepad/wordpad) Now i want to write a java application to split the file into some more files and do some changes on them.
here is the method i used to read the file :
and this is how i write the file :
That myChangedText is changed version of String that i read from utf-8 file.
the problem is that information that i see in a.txt are not readable? even the file signature (EmEditor) shows that it is not a utf file.
i only can read the information if i open the file in OO or MS office , by selecting UTF-8 in select encoding dialog
Take care about the Byte Order Mark that some editors and applications will put at the start of a UTF-8-encoded text file, to mark it as such. Java's java.io.Reader generally won't recognise this as a Byte Order Mark, but will instead read it as a few junk characters at the start of the file.
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