If you are non-English speaking country native, and you are testing your application for your locale then you may face difficulty in testing your application through eclipse console. By default, Eclipse converts non-English characters as question marks (?) or some weird characters because by default eclipse’s console encoding is Cp1252 or ASCII, which is unable to display other non-English words.
You can easily change the default encoding to UTF-8 i.e. Unicode by setting below option.
Now when you use any non-English character in IDE and even print in console, it works perfect.
Here If you do not add Unicode support then above program will look like this.
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