MSXML for Java Questions
david-b at pacbell.net
Tue Sep 14 17:25:24 BST 1999
"Hunter, David" wrote:
> So if my assumption is correct, you won't be able to do what you want and
> get the text back from MSXML in ISO-8859-2; only in Unicode.
That'd be true of any XML parser in Java ... however, one
can always write the java.lang.String (or character array)
data into an appropriate OutputStreamWriter:
Writer out = new OutputStreamWriter (
Most Java Virtual Machines don't accept the "ISO-8859-2" encoding
name, but they should accept "8859_2" instead (sigh).
p.s. That doesn't mean that there aren't other reasons to avoid
using the MSXML parser; it's not very conformant.
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