On 24 May 2014 01:23, Oliver Jowett <oliver.jow...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On 23 May 2014 22:06, Alessandro Sivieri <alessandro.sivi...@gmail.com>wrote:
> I don't think the communication channel is causing any problem, because
>> the array sequences are not simply truncated but really different (I would
>> expect them to be identical).
> Check again; it looks like your Java path is mangling (only) bytes >128.
> Perhaps this path tries to interpret the byte sequence as a string, and
> charset transcoding mangles your data?
In fact looking at the exact data this is almost certain to be what's
happening. Bytes >128 are being replaced by the three byte sequence 0xef
0xbf 0xbd which is the UTF-8 encoding of U+FFFD - the "replacement
character" often used to replace unrepresentable characters when
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