some questions concerning UNICODE conversion in Python

June Kim junaftnoon at nospamplzyahoo.com
Wed Nov 8 13:06:48 CET 2000


I missed one important thing, sorry.

Suppose that  sys.getdefaultencoding() == 'XYZ'. (imaginary encoding)

u'abc'

what it does is translate 'abc', which is encoded in XYZ, into UNICODE.
Am I right on this?

(suffering from understanding the very basic ideas)

"June Kim" <junaftnoon at nospamplzyahoo.com> wrote in message
news:8ubf0m$8oi$1 at news.nuri.net...
> What's the difference btw these two and what are the semantics?
>
> >>> u'blah blah blah <and some special characters>'
> ....
> >>> unicode('blah blah blah <and some special characters>')
>
> Thanks in advance.
>
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