Edit: I found the solution. I needed to use '>:raw:encoding(UTF-16)' ;)
So I am building a text file that will be imported with a bulk insert into SQL Server. However, since I am using french langage characters, I need the file to be encoded in UTF-16.
Here is what I am doing (this isn't the entire code, just the relevant parts):
my $fileDest = "hostsfile_modified.txt";
die "Problème de création du fichier $fileDest" unless open(my $fd, '>
my $line = "";
#I build my $line...
print $fd $line."\n";
Once this is done however, my output document looks something like this:
⸀ ⸀㈀㐀⸀㤀㜀㬀嘀䰀ⴀ䴀匀ⴀ䔀儀 ㌀㬀䔀儀㬀䴀匀㬀匀刀䤀倀ⴀ䄀㬀ഊ10.10.20.52;VL-MS-EQ033;EQ;MS;SRIP-A;
I realize that the problem seems to be the new line character however I am not sure what the solution is. Thanks for your help!
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