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converting java's bidi-directional code to dotnet csharp?

hi..

so i'm slowly moving the transition to csharp and once again i'm faced
with the problem for flipped hebew letters etc...

but now the problem may not be so hard to solve as i have seen that
the unicode.org has a java code for that algorithem, i've also seen
that microsoft has jlca, java language to csharp converter,

so i'm asking is it possible to use both tools to create a function
that will dispaly the problem correctly..
what i'm doing so far... (test.txt is a file written in dos app)
StreamReader sr =
new StreamReader("test.txt",System.Text.Encoding.GetEn coding(862));
// can read hebrew correctly in debug mode).
string s=sr.ReadLine();
byte[] bSource=System.Text.Encoding.Default.GetBytes(s);
// converting the charachters to my charset..

...
// create a function to flip the characters correctly.
Nov 16 '05 #1
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