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I want to write a function which will accept a Marathi text as input and convert the marathi text into unicode code Eg: My input to function will be
मी लाइक आहे
to
092E094000200932093E090809150020090609390947


Thank you in advance
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Updated 22-Oct-22 6:48am

try this
pass parameter(true,true)
code--------

string marathi = "मी लाइक आहे";
UnicodeEncoding ue = new UnicodeEncoding(true,true);
string s1 = BitConverter.ToString(ue.GetBytes(marathi.ToCharArray())).Replace("-", "");


output
092E094000200932093E090709150020090609390947
 
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EliteBrain 15-Mar-14 6:50am    
Superb Code Just 2 line and answered
SOHAM_GANDHI 15-Mar-14 6:52am    
thank you. for accepting answer
byte[] array1 = Encoding.UTF32.GetBytes(txtMarathiText.Text);

        string unicodeString = Encoding.Unicode.GetString(array1);
        System.Globalization.TextElementEnumerator enumerator =
            System.Globalization.StringInfo.GetTextElementEnumerator(unicodeString);
       
        StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();
        while (enumerator.MoveNext())
        {
            string s = enumerator.GetTextElement();
            int i = Char.ConvertToUtf32(s, 0);

            sb.Append(string.Format("{0:X}", i.ToString()));
           
        }

        lblresult.Text = sb.ToString();


But its giving me
92E094000200932093E09080915020090609390947
instead of
092E094000200932093E090809150020090609390947
its not showing 0 at ist position and 0 after 150
I thing string.format() is wrong......can some one help me regarding this

Thank you
 
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Bernhard Hiller 14-Mar-14 6:15am    
sb.Append(string.Format("{0:X}", i.ToString())) - why do you use i.ToString()? Use i only.
Try this code statements
Code

string marathi = "मी लाइक आहे";
UnicodeEncoding ue = new UnicodeEncoding();
string s1 = BitConverter.ToString(ue.GetBytes(marathi.ToCharArray())).Replace("-", "");
MessageBox.Show(s1);


Output

2E094009200032093E09070915092000060939094709
 
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EliteBrain 15-Mar-14 5:27am    
Hi Soham Thanks for you reply
You code does not give the desired output i need unicode in the format (Example: U+0061 U+4e2d U+042f)
After converting the unicode Character(Marathi)मी लाइक आहे we should get output 092E094000200932093E090709150020090609390947
you can check it on unicode converter website http://www.branah.com/unicode-converter
SOHAM_GANDHI 15-Mar-14 6:06am    
just change the code, pass parameter (true, true)
SOHAM_GANDHI 15-Mar-14 6:06am    
i'modified code, just check it
--guys here is the solution--plz accept it as solution--Thanks

public string GetUnicodeFromUnicodeString(string inputStr)
{
StringBuilder sb;
try
{
byte[] byteArray = Encoding.UTF32.GetBytes(inputStr);

string unicodeString = Encoding.Unicode.GetString(byteArray);

System.Globalization.TextElementEnumerator textenumerator =
System.Globalization.StringInfo.GetTextElementEnumerator(unicodeString);

sb = new StringBuilder();


while (textenumerator.MoveNext())
{

string s = textenumerator.GetTextElement();
int i = Char.ConvertToUtf32(s, 0);


if (s != "\0")
{
sb.Append(string.Format("{0:X4}", i));
//sb.Append(string.Format("{0} {1:x4}",s, i));
}
}

}
catch (Exception ex)
{

throw ex;
}

return sb.ToString();
}
 
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मी लाईक आहे
हे अशुद्ध मराठी आहे
मी पसंती देतो, माझी पसंती आहे वगैरे
मराठी आधी बरोबर लिहावे
 
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