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SHIFT_JIS compatible charsets should be in java.base module on Linux platform

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      On Japanese environment, following SHIFT_JIS compatible charsets are there:
      * PCK (x-PCK)
      * MS932 (windows-31j)
      * IBM943C (x-IBM943C)
      According to make/data/charsetmapping/charsets,
      PCK and MS932 are independent charset and have no dependencies on others.

      On RHEL8, SHIFT_JIS encoding is supported
      ======
      $ env LANG=ja_JP.sjis locale charmap
      SHIFT_JIS
      ======

      According to make/data/charsetmapping/stdcs-linux,
      SJIS (SHIFT_JIS) is in there, also MS932 and PCK are there.
      This means these are in java.base module on Linux platform.
      But IBM943C is not in stdcs-linux.
      I think IBM943C also should be in java.base module because of compatibility.

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              itakiguchi Ichiroh Takiguchi
              itakiguchi Ichiroh Takiguchi
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