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- Bernhard Georg Enders
October 26, 2004, 1:32 pm
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file to a variable. The original text file contains some accented and
special characters. The problem arises when I echo this variable: the
accented characters are messed up. And not only accented characters, for
example, the special characters ª is printed as Âª. What can I do to
correct this issue? I have tried, without success, to use the 'setlocale'
Re: Reading (and keeping) Accented and Special Characters
Those are not ASCII characters!
Output the contents of the (not ASCII) text file using the same
character encoding that was used to create the file.
You may be able to read whatever encoding was used for the file and
Happy Coding :-)
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