display font with special characters - UTF-8


display font with special characters - UTF-8



i am trying to display characters like £ on a device which runs under linux . it is using utf-8 charset format . when i get to display a string which contains special characters, it displays other characters too . if i print the string on the console it appears ok, but when i parse the string to load each letter font on the screen it gets weird and the output is not the correct one .

Has anyone experienced something like this or is able to give me some advice .

Thank you.


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