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How to print my own language charectors in Java

 
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Dear All

How to print different language charectors in java

I had installed my language font in my system and i had seen the unicode in charectormap but when i uses that unicode in my code its printing ASCII charector only
 
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Where are you printing the output? In a Windows console? Did you set the console to use a font that contains Windows characters? Just installing such a font on your system isn't enough.
 
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Dear Jesper Young

Im printing in my Eclipse IDE

Please guide me how to print in Eclipse as well as Windows console also

I had checked in Windows console properties but there is no option to load my font
 
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I got in ecplise to print but i'm struggling to get in windows console
 
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That's because Windows console is extremely limited in the characters it can show. There is nothing you can do about that.
 
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