Unicode

Steven D'Aprano steve+comp.lang.python at pearwood.info
Tue Dec 18 01:07:53 CET 2012


On Mon, 17 Dec 2012 19:36:01 +0100, Anatoli Hristov wrote:

>> src.decode() is creating a unicode string.  The error is not happening
>> there.  But when print is used with a unicode string, it has to encode
>> the data.  And for whatever reason, yours is using latin-1, and you
>> have a character in there which is not in the latin-1 encoding.
> I fixed the print, I changed the setting of the terminal and also on the
> sshconfig, so now when I print I'm able to print out without problems,
> but when I tried to run the script I've made it gives me again the same
> error :
> ""Unexpected error: exceptions.UnicodeEncodeError """

That is not a full Python traceback. Python gives you lots of debugging 
information, in the form of a complete traceback. Use those tracebacks, 
don't ignore them.

Trying to debug code without the full traceback is like trying to read a 
book by reading only every third page.


-- 
Steven



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