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Convert Hex to unicode then to Chinese character

Posted on 2004-08-17
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Hi there,

I would like to know how to convert a hexa code to unicode and display the unicode in the browser as
chinese character.

example: I have a hexa code that looks like below:
004100690044006500540069004b00750061006e004a00697231768463d06b3e673a
and
00520065006e005400690061006e00540061006e0067004c00690075004c006500694efb592958026d416cea

How am I convert these 2 hex code to unicode and display it as chinese character in the browser
using JSP/servlet?

Please advice me on this .....

thanks in advance
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Try something along the lines of

char myUnicodeCharacter = (char) Integer.parseInt(myFourDigitHexString, 16);
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