Hopefully this article has given you more insight into using Unicode with your J2ME game or application. It is not uncommon for carriers and mobile distributors, in other parts of the world to request native language support for their country.
A big “Thank You” to Eric Giguere, Shiuh-Lin Lee, and BigS for providing me with feedback and help.
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