Non-unicode strings & Python.

Jonathon Blake jonathon.blake at gmail.com
Tue Aug 31 05:08:24 CEST 2004


All:

Question

Python is currently Unicode Compliant.

What happens when strings are read in from text files that were
created using  GB 2312-1980, or KPS 9566-2003, or other, equally
obscure code ranges?

The idea is to read text in the file format, and replace it with the
appropriate Unicode character,then write it out as a new text file. 
[Trivial to program, but incredibly time consuming to actually code]

xan

jonathon
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