characters in python

Leo Kislov Leo.Kislov at gmail.com
Thu Oct 19 00:46:23 CEST 2006



On Oct 18, 11:50 am, Stens <sgi... at email.t-com.hr> wrote:
> Stens wrote:
> > Can python handle this characters: c,c,ž,d,š?
>
> > If can how"I wanna to change some characters in text (in the file) to the
> characters at this address:
>
> http://rapidshare.de/files/37244252/Untitled-1_copy.png.html

You need to use unicode, see any python unicode tutorial, for example
this one http://www.amk.ca/python/howto/unicode or any other you can
find with google.

Your script can look like this:

# -*- coding: PUT-HERE-ENCODING-OF-THIS-SCRIPT-FILE -*-
import codecs
outfile = codecs.open("your output file", "w", "encoding of the output
file"):
for line in codecs.open("your input file", "r", "encoding of the input
file"):
    outfile.write(line.replace(u'd',u'd'))




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