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sir,
We are developing Kannada Word processor. Idea is to use Java.
If System is Unicode enabled,can we directly use fonts avilable there? How to make Unicode availble in Win98 or Linux of any version? Generally how word processor is developed.
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 Java is by default unicode and therefore you shouldn't have any problems with characters.

  With regards to the editor here are some links you might find useful.

http://www.jresources.com/java/simpleTextEditor/default.asp
http://www.kelly.clara.net/java_applets/text_editor_src.htm (source code)
http://cynosurex.granax.com/software/Editor/Editor.html 

  In general a search on google may result in more results.
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