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JDK TOOLS & UNICODE

Amit Sethi
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Q1. how to use these tools & what are their use.

1. javap
2. javah
3. javadoc
4. jdb


Q2. How to see all unicode character's ?

i have tried a this loop :

for(int i=0;i<65535;i++)
System.out.println((char)i);

but it is printing till 255 character only.


pls help me:

Thanks in advance:
Amit
Campbell Ritchie
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As for the Unicode bit:- Try here.

CR
Jesper de Jong
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About your first question: You can find it out easily yourself by reading the documentation that you get with the JDK.


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Campbell Ritchie
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I could get more than 255 characters, but command prompt doesn't have a full set of fonts, so it prints squares or ? instead of characters.
Amit Sethi
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Thanks a lot...Campbell Ritchie & Jesper Young

 
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