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Hello humble and monks.

As daxim says, utf8::all dies because it imports its setting to your current code. In this case, "use warnings FATAL =>'utf8'" is imported from utf8::all and it dies. Below dies with utf8::all.

print "before shiftjis\n"; open( my $fh, "<", "107.shiftjis.txt") or die $!; print join('', <$fh>); close $fh;
If you disable "use warnings FATAL =>'utf8'" temporally, I guess you will not die.
use warnings NONFATAL =>'utf8'; #disable print "before shiftjis\n"; open( my $fh, "<", "107.shiftjis.txt") or die $!; print join('', <$fh>); close $fh; "use warnings FATAL =>'utf8'"; #enable
regards


In reply to Re: Using pragma utf8::all in processing non-utf data. by remiah
in thread Using pragma utf8::all in processing non-utf data. by humble

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