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Reading french characters in Java


Don't use the new String(byte[] buf) constructor. It doesn't take into account the encoding of the bytes (and uses the platform default). Use the new String(byte[] buf, String encoding) and specify the correct encoding.


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How encode French characters in Word.document xml file?
Is the file correctly saved in UTF-8 encoding, and the char in question properly represented in that encoding? Try looking at the file as raw text with notepad++ or other editor that gives explicit indications and control over that.

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Do French users typically use u00A0 for thousands separator, or normal space, or none at all?
Real french users wouldn't type u00A0, because the keyboard doesn't have a character for it. You're confusing presentation with data. You have to validate the user's input, so it'll be easy to disallow any spaces (or use a component that gets rid of the typing completely).

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regex to match graphic characters like smileys or word characters from multiple languages
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Regex for password must contain at least 8 characters, at least 1 number, letters and special characters
Seems like you want something like this, ^(?=.*d)(?=.*?[a-zA-Z])(?=.*?[W_]).{6,10}$ The above regex would allow 6 to 10 characters only. And it also checks for at-least one digit, upper or lowercase letter and at-least one special character (characters other than letters and numbers).

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Regex: words containing alphabetic characters surrounded by non-alphabetic characters
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