McKown, John wrote:

All JAVA (JVM) implementations must run UTF-16 internally to be called JAVA. This is a SUN requirement.


But there are cases where Java has to deal with non-UTF-16 data, for example when converting between a String and a byte array. The file.encoding Java property controls how the byte array is interpreted by Java.

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