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Re^3: using win32::guitest in non english OS

by Anonymous Monk
on Jan 04, 2013 at 10:04 UTC ( #1011594=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: using win32::guitest in non english OS
in thread using win32::guitest in non english OS

But when i am trying to print the line which is read, i am getting some text in Chinese, but different from what is present in the input file.

What do you mean "getting?"

Have you checked the bytes, how are they different?

Try ":encoding(UTF-8)"

see Re^2: Perl / FileFind or ...


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Re^4: using win32::guitest in non english OS
by cstar (Initiate) on Jan 04, 2013 at 11:05 UTC

    I will explain my problem with below 2 scripts

    Script 1:

    use Encode; use Win32::GuiTest qw(FindWindowLike); open(MYFILE, '<:encoding(UTF-8)',"saml.txt") || die "cannot open: $!" +; open(OUTFILE,'>:encoding(UTF-8)',"out.txt") || die "cannot open: $!"; $line=<MYFILE>; #reading the chinese text from input file chomp($line); binmode(STDOUT, ":utf8"); print "$line\n"; #===> Here perl prints out some chinese text to the +command console, but different from what is given in input file my @hwnd=Win32::GuiTest::FindWindowLike(undef,$line); if($hwnd[0]) { print "window found\n"; } else { print "window not found\n"; } print OUTFILE $line; #==> Here perl prints out same chinese text as i +nput to the outfile

    Script 2

    use Encode; use Win32::GuiTest qw(FindWindowLike); $line="***Winow title in chinese**"; binmode(STDOUT, ":utf8"); print "$line\n"; #===> Here perl prints out some chinese text to the +command console, but different from what is given in input file my @hwnd=Win32::GuiTest::FindWindowLike(undef,$line); if($hwnd[0]) { print "window found\n"; } else { print "window not found\n"; }

    Script 1 gives me the output as "window not found" (though window is present)as the window title is read from the input text file. Script 2 gives me the proper output as window found, as the window title is hardcoded in the string.

    What am i doing wrong in script 1 while reading from unicode file.
Reaped: Re^4: using win32::guitest in non english OS
by NodeReaper (Curate) on Jan 04, 2013 at 11:19 UTC

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