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Displaying data from Unicode to English

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My problem is that i have data stored in UNICODE (For japanese contents) in a table.When a access that data through a Java class and display on console ,it prints only ?????? .But i want to display the data in English so that i can understand the Data .
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Firstly, ALL Java Strings are Unicode.
It sounds like your data is in Japanese so displaying it in English is not a data processing issue it is a language translation issue, and I'm not aware of any software for automatically translating Japanese to English.
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Or you can use a japanese font and display the data in Japanese. Or ask your customer to fill the data with english data.
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