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how to change unicode characters into other font type in any text editor?

nayomi gunawardena
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how to change unicode characters into other font type in any text editor?
Rob Spoor
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I don't see how this is related to sockets or Internet protocols. I'll move this thread to Java in General.


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Paul Clapham
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I don't even see how it's related to Java.
fred rosenberger
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and wouldn't the answer vary depending on which editor?


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Campbell Ritchie
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If the editor supports Unicode, which some do, it will be same character irrespective of which font you are using. Its appearance will change slightly from font to font.
All the text editors I have tried have used one font per document, not like a word processor or LaTeX document, which can use several different fonts in one document.
 
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