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How i can type cyrillic letter in TextField ?
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In JDK 1.02, subclass textField's paint method and use use the AWT's Font class to change the font to Cyrilic. See:

http://www.inf.uni-hohenheim.de/top/java/tutorial/ui/drawing/drawingText.html

for information on how to combine text and fonts inside a paint method.

In JDK 1.1, you can use internationalization.For info on how to use 1.1's internationalization features see:

http://www.inf.uni-hohenheim.de/top/java/tutorial/java/intl/index.htm
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