How can I know if I can display a character ?

by Nanard » Wed, 02 Sep 2009 18:25:43 GMT


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 Hi,

My application opens external documents.
Most characters are display OK, but a few not.

How can I know if the character can be displayed (in a TextView,  or
other) ?

Is there a method in TextView, String, Typeface or other ?
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