[issue1542677] IDLE shell gives different len() of unicode strings compared to Python shell
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Mon Mar 30 05:42:04 CEST 2009
Daniel Diniz <ajaksu at gmail.com> added the comment:
This is about a disparity between IDLE and the python shell. I'm
guessing different encodings are to blame here and that this is invalid.
The disparity is present in an UCS4 build (IDLE shows UCS2-like
behavior, maybe because it's using UTF8?).
title: IDLE shell doesn't accept non ascii char input -> IDLE shell gives different len() of unicode strings compared to Python shell
versions: +Python 2.6 -Python 2.5
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