The character code was not UTF-8, so when I tried to cure it, it became like the picture below.
How can I restore it? Or will you go back to the original?
It should have been set for Java properly.

Therefore, if you press the delete key (そ こ で button),characters that aren't displayed between the characters Character) is between all characters (including whitespace). AndI saved it as it is, so there ’s nothing I can do about it. However, if you try to rewrite or remove the characters between them, it will work correctly.

Neither automatic conversion nor UTF-8 changed "JRd-" slightly, and there was no change.

Current file settings

About packages

It shouldn't apply now, but in the old days it was like an assistant for Java.

If anyone knows how to get it back, please give me a professor.
In addition, it would be helpful to tell us the cause.

  • Answer # 1

    You can see what the invisible character is by looking at the file with a binary editor.
    For the time being, I guess it is encoded in Unicode (UTF-16). What happens if you change the character code to read?

  • Answer # 2

    I don't know what happens with the image,
    How about installing and opening per Sakura Editor
    It is possible to open by specifying various character codes