Never done it but I would say so. GWT supports new String(byte) with UTF-8, LATIN-1, ISO_8859_1 charsets. For numbers you probably have to use BigInteger or do the conversion yourself as GWT does not emulate ByteBuffer.wrap(..).get...() for now.--
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