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Question Title How can I read a data written with a different encoding?

Having the need to read a data, for example from a sequential file, written in UTF-8 on on machine where the default encoding is the Cp1252 you can use a java function that allow to 'translate' the data from the source encoding to the destination encoding

In attachment a cobol program that reads a sequential file written in UTF-8 and thru the paragraph RECORD-CONVERSION is able to translate in the Cp1252

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Created: 2015-10-28 8:17 AM
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