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Mapping characters

Posted by Hiran on February 13, 2002 at 9:25 PM

Assuming you are using a font that supports Telugu characters, you can map English characters to Telugu characters. All you have to do is decide on the mapping you will use, and have your application display the mapped Telugu character in the text area whenever the equivalent English character is pressed. For example, is you were working with French, you could decide that when the ' key is pressed, the French character é will be displayed. Then, you specify that to the user somehow, and when the user types in a ', your application will show that as a é. I hope this helps. If not, post again.

> hi,

> I have a problem with Unicode characters.I need to develop an interface to the user using Java coding to enter the corresponding language say "Telugu" and so can anyone out there can help me how to design an interface that support "Telugu characters" while entering from the keyboard in a textarea in html.

> any further clarifications plz don't hesitate to contact

> regards
> harsha


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