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Hi Ankit,


I got this in my java mapper code

String oldSeperator = "�"; //the thorn as java sees it
String newSeperator = "~";

In Eclipse it shows as �, which is the standard java way of saying "I don't
know this multibyte character".

When you copy paste this � to the linux shell it depicts as þ at least in
RHEL5 with UTF-8 encoding.

When you paste it in a windows (ansi) based environment it shows as �


2011/5/9 ankit bhatnagar <abhatnager@gmail.com>
Hi Jasper,

could you please share your MR program.

I am not able to grab this character

Ankit


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