wish of those help Normal .txt files are not saved in Unicode format. You're going to need to specify the byte format when reading the FileStream by running it through the TextReader and Encoding.Unicode. But note that most Japanese computers and documents do NOT use Unicode. They still use Shift-JIS quite extensively.
displaying Japanese characters retrieved from MySQL in R
it helps some times Okay! I've done a bit of tweaking and experimenting with wchar_t, and I've found out a solution. First, I reduced the hiraList array to a two-dimensional array, and moved the Hiragana characters into their own, array, defined like so: