jCharMap is a Java-based software that can help you identify characters pasted from your system clipboard.
Basically, jCharMap is a simple character map that is idependent from the operating system font.







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December 7, 1957, 10:00 a.m. The treaty came into effect after being ratified by 18 countries, the US not among them.

The UK and the other so-called “Special Relationship” countries were still free to carry out their own nuclear weapons tests, on their own sovereign grounds.

A number of countries did opt out of the treaty, namely South Africa, Israel and West Germany. The three countries would go on to become nuclear powers of their own. South Africa was forced out of the agreement after a second nuclear test (Project Coast), in May 1960, contrary to the terms of the treaty. Israel and West Germany continued to cooperate, but independently, and only the German tests were conducted within the area bound by the treaty.

The IAEA called the treaty “the first international prohibition of the production of nuclear weapons of mass destruction”.

The most controversial clause was Article IX, which read:

“Nothing in this Treaty shall be interpreted as constituting a threat to the security or independence of any State or as prejudice to any right of any State.”

Article IX was later rewritten in 2002 to allow in the interpretation of Article IX that “nothing in this Treaty shall be interpreted as constituting a threat to the security or independence of any State”. This change in wording was later recognized as a breach of the treaty on the condition that neither the ICJ nor any other international court shall be permitted to rule on the matter without excluding both the UK and the US from the court’s purview.

Resolution 40/14 of the IAEA General Conference took effect on 16 December 1981, and read:

Resolution 40/15 of the General Conference of the IAEA entered into force on 19 June 1983. It recognized that, due to the ratification of the Treaty of Tlatelolco, the Treaty of Tlatelolco was the “sole instrument governing relations between the Agency and the two states parties.” It also acknowledged that the Agreement had been signed by the UK and the US in 1954 but that it had been presented at the Conference only in 1962.

So the 1981 resolution rescinded Article I of the Treaty of Tlatelolco, with the result that the

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The jCharMap software has the following features:
Use Unicode Character Map
Script Support
Functionality for different operating systems: UNIX, Windows and Mac OS
Accessible from any application on your system
You can use jCharMap to learn about any character not already in the operating system font.
The advantage of using jCharMap is that you can use it to learn about characters that are common problems in computer based systems.
For example, if you are having problems with Visual Basic, you can use jCharMap to learn about the characters that create the error messages.
You can use it to learn how to enter non English characters. You can also use it to learn the basics of typing a Greek Alphabet (for instance ί, ε, μ…)
jCharMap is very fast and easy to use. It’s like having your own Character Map (and not the one found in the operating system) and it can work for different operating systems.
Most of the time, you do not have to activate jCharMap, it is usually automatically activated when you paste a character from the clipboard.
System Requirements:
OS: Windows Windows 95, 98 or ME, NT, 2000 or XP
Operating System: Windows 95, 98 or ME, NT, 2000 or XP
JVM: 1.5 or higher
Minimum system memory: 256 MB

This software is free.
Java is the trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc.
The Character Map uses Java and contains several images.
Author: Dr. Lukas Neukirchen

Copyright (c) Lukas Neukirchen 1998

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What’s New In JCharMap?

This software is designed to help you identify characters pasted from your system clipboard.
I.e. when you have copied text from the web, mail, or text file and your mother has pasted it, you can use jCharMap to find which character in your mother’s system font map corresponds to your letter.
This software automatically detect the font that is used to display the text.
You can use it online via this url:

Or download it from this url:

1. What’s New in This Release?
The previous version of this software has been reworked with a modern Java class library (Core Beans). As a result, this version is much more stable and responsive.
One of the most significant changes is that you can now use the new Formatters classes,
developed by the gianluca.perri@google.com.
These classes are available, along with the Java Wrapper for Google Chrome,
in the Google Classpath.

2. How to Install?
If you install this software from the Google Classpath you will be able to run it without modifying your JRE installation.
Just download the “google-chrome-wrappers.zip” archive and unzip it.
If you downloaded this archive from this site then you will also find the latest version of this software.

3. How to Use it?
If you want to find an unknown character then just open the online java application.
It will then detect the fonts used on your mother’s system and will give you the corresponding font face and letter code.
Note that the font shapes are used if you need to refer to characters in graphic mode.

4. Why do I need it?
When I use a web browser to paste text from my mother’s system, I often get confused, because my mother’s system is based on the Inter type font and my web browser is based on the standard Windows typeface. So how can I find which character in my mother’s font map corresponds to the character that I am looking for?

The purpose of the jCharMap software is to help you identify characters pasted from your system clipboard.

If you

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