FWIW, I think the best way to avoid UnicodeError is: Don't use chars out of ASCII in Python2. I prefer '%r' to '%s' because it escapes chars not printable or out of ASCII with backslash.
On Mon, Jul 5, 2010 at 9:34 PM, Chris Withers email@example.com wrote:
The documentation for the logging package doesn't include any mention of unicode.
What's the recommended usage in terms of passing unicode vs encoded strings?
How does this differ from Python 2 to Python 3?
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