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Unicode value \u00B7 for middle dot change on Unix server to "\267" character - very urgent.

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windows Unicode value \u00B7 for middle dot change on Unix server to "\267" character

In Java code the line used is as below.
private static String middleDotUtf = "\u00B7"; // unicode value hardcoded which is of two bytes
we test a check if its true then we take the second byte which is the middle dot character. but when we install the application on unix machine its values changes to below i have decoded the class file source and saw the value its changes. could you please explain why? that would be a great help.

private static String middleDotUtf = "\267";
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