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processing Arabic Text in Java

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I have text file which Arabic text in it.
When I read those lines and copy into another file using Java.
The Lines are written in Banckwards. How I handle these.
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you need to specify the right encoding which was used to write to the file!
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The medium in which you're viewing it needs to know it's Arabic. What is that medium?
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Infact its the email body of the msg file. Our Framework returns the body of the email as string object.
Is there any utility in java which can tell us the language of string.
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the mail content-type will tell you which encoding the body/subject is in
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>>Infact its the email body of the msg file.

Then the mail client needs to support Arabic. Try

http://www.w3schools.com/Css/pr_text_direction.asp

Set the charset to UTF-8
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