Re^2: Read text file - Encoding problem?by better (Acolyte)
|on Mar 17, 2013 at 10:53 UTC||Need Help??|
Thanks for that script. It seems that it is not a problem of encoding. I checked both text files, which are used to be read into a filehandle. There is a difference regular ocurring: Each line of the "bad" text file which was parsed from the csv and which is not working has a -d- at its end, while the lines of the "good" text file which is working with my script have not:
eg:  I C 7700 -> 49-20-43-20-37-37-30-30-    #good
I C 7700 -> 49-20-43-20-37-37-30-30-d     #bad
and what I get reading the directory:
I C 7700.jpg -> 49-20-43-20-37-37-30-30-2e-4a-50-47
What does that mean? What stands "d" for?