Re: What is the exact meaning of 'the content of their character'?
Your first and third questions are perfectly adequately answered in Grumpy's post #2. Read it again and you will find your answers.
Originally Posted by jpeslab
The answer to your second question is no, "character" and "reputation" are completely different. Everyone is born with a "character" (children might be cheeky, funny, sweet, irritating etc). Your "reputation" is based on your past activities and is basically people's opinion of or belief about you, based on what they have witnessed or what they have heard about you. You might have a "bad reputation" based on your "unpleasant character".
Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.