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Can anyone help it was actually asked in exam as following and I need to know whether my answer was right or not?

With its encoding java can work with characters?

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Correct answer is- 65536
 
Java represents characters using ASCII Unicode EBCDIC Morse Code Gray Code With its encoding Java can work with 65536 characters. 
 
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The following sections will describe the java character set and character encodings for JAVA EE 6.

Characters:

A character set is a set of textual and graphic symbols, each of which is mapped to a set of non-negative integers,

Character Encoding:

A character encoding maps a character set to units of a specific width and elaborate byte serialization and ordering rules. Many character sets have more than one encoding.

Example:

Java programs can represent Japanese character sets using the EUC-JP or Shift-JIS encodings, among others. Each encoding has rules for representing the characters.

ISO 8859:

The ISO 8859 defines the 13 characters encodings that represent the text in a dozen languages. Each ISO 8859 has 256 characters.

UTP-8:

UTF-8 is a variable-width character encoding that encodes 16-bit Unicode characters as one of the four bytes. A byte in UTF-8 is equivalent to 7-bit ASCII if its high-order bit is zero, otherwise, the character comprises a variable number of bytes.

UTF-8 is compatible with the majority of existing web content and provides access to the Unicode character set. Current versions of browsers and email clients support UTF-8. In addition, many web standards specify UTF-8 and their character encodings

 

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