python 3.1 unicode question
jeff at jeffunit.com
Tue Sep 15 16:41:16 CEST 2009
I wrote a program that diffs files and prints out matching file names.
I will be executing the output with sh, to delete select files.
Most of the files names are plain ascii, but about 10% of them have unicode
characters in them. When I try to print the string containing the name, I get
'ascii' codec can't encode character '\udce9'
in position 37: ordinal not in range(128)
The string is:
This is on a windows xp system, using python 3.1 which I compiled
with the cygwin
linux compatability layer tool.
Can you tell me what encoding I need to print \udce9 and how to set python to
that encoding mode?
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