print() and unicode strings (python 3.1)

Piet van Oostrum piet at cs.uu.nl
Wed Aug 26 10:41:56 CEST 2009


>>>>> 7stud <bbxx789_05ss at yahoo.com> (7) wrote:

>7> Thanks for the response.  My OS is mac osx 10.4.11.  I'm not really
>7> sure how to check my locale settings.  Here is some stuff I tried:

>7> $ echo $LANG

>7> $ echo $LC_ALL

>7> $ echo $LC_CTYPE

>7> $ locale
>7> LANG=
>7> LC_COLLATE="C"
>7> LC_CTYPE="C"
>7> LC_MESSAGES="C"
>7> LC_MONETARY="C"
>7> LC_NUMERIC="C"
>7> LC_TIME="C"
>7> LC_ALL="C"

IIRC, Mac OS X 10.4 does not set LANG or LC_* automatically. In 10.5
Terminal has an option in the preferences to set LANG according to the
encoding chosen (and presumably the language of the user).

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