String methods understanding anything but ASCII?
mwh at python.net
Tue Jan 21 11:48:42 CET 2003
mlh at vier.idi.ntnu.no (Magnus Lie Hetland) writes:
> (u'ø', though, uses 'iso8859-1', since that is what my c library
> uses, I suppose.)
Err, I *think* that's because unicode code points are a superset of
iso-8859-1 code points.
Python 2.3 will allow you to specify which encoding a source file's
unicode strings are in (and complain at you if you use non-ASCII
characters without explication), but I don't know what the interactive
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