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com.ibm.etools.iseries.util
Class DBCSUtil

java.lang.Object
  extended by com.ibm.etools.iseries.util.DBCSUtil

public class DBCSUtil
extends Object

Utility class to provide functions for DBCS data. Creation date: (23/10/2001 6:29:40 PM)


Field Summary
static char SHIFT_IN_EBCDIC
           
static char SHIFT_IN_PC
           
static char SHIFT_OUT_EBCDIC
           
static char SHIFT_OUT_PC
           
 
Constructor Summary
DBCSUtil()
          DBCSUtil constructor comment.
 
Method Summary
static boolean isDBCS(char ch, int ccsid)
          Return true if the ch parameter when converted to the CCSID specified by the ccsid parameter on the AS/400 will be DBCS.
static boolean isDBCS(int ccsid)
           
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Field Detail

SHIFT_OUT_EBCDIC

public static final char SHIFT_OUT_EBCDIC
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SHIFT_IN_EBCDIC

public static final char SHIFT_IN_EBCDIC
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SHIFT_OUT_PC

public static final char SHIFT_OUT_PC
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SHIFT_IN_PC

public static final char SHIFT_IN_PC
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Constructor Detail

DBCSUtil

public DBCSUtil()
DBCSUtil constructor comment.

Method Detail

isDBCS

public static final boolean isDBCS(char ch,
                                   int ccsid)
Return true if the ch parameter when converted to the CCSID specified by the ccsid parameter on the AS/400 will be DBCS. Creation date: (23/10/2001 4:46:08 PM)

Parameters:
ch - char
Returns:
boolean

isDBCS

public static final boolean isDBCS(int ccsid)

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