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This is late, but I do have the script working well now, and I wanted to say a big thank you to those of you who offered your support. Juerd was probably closest to the solution that seemed to fit best in my situation.

For those who may be seeking the same wisdom, I would like to post the full solution in my case.

My entire "use" section:

use CGI; use CGI::Carp qw(fatalsToBrowser); use strict; use DBI; use Encode; use Encode::HanConvert; #Module for dealing with CJK conversions use Encode qw(encode decode); use POSIX qw(locale_h); require Encode::CN; require Encode::TW; require 5.004;
For incoming form values:
$name = decode("utf-8", $name); $value = decode("utf-8", $value);
For incoming values from the database:
my $quest = $dbh->prepare($statement, { RaiseError => 1 }) or die "Cannot prepare statement! $DBI::errstr\n"; while(@row = $quest->fetchrow_array()) { $c1=shift @row; $c1=decode("utf-8", $c1); ... }
And finally, an example of the regex which now functions on multiple languages (UTF8):
$line =~ s%(?:\p{IsSpace}*) #Match zero or more spaces (\bNOT)? #Match zero or one "NOT" operator(s) (\(*) #Match zero or more left parentheses (\p{IsSpace}*|\s*|\b|^) #Match zero+ spaces or a word boundary (?!\") #Ensure this doesn't appear beforehand ((?:\p{IsWord}|\w|`| #Match zero+ words (?:\&\p{IsAlnum}*\;)*)* #Include HTML special chars, e.g. á (?:\.\{\d+\})* #Include zero+ MySQL-style wildcard '?'s (?:\[\.[^\.\]]*\.\])* #Include zero+ MySQL REGEXP chars (?:\[\:[^\:\]]*\:\])* #Include zero+ MySQL REGEXP special chars (?:\[[^\]]*\])* #Incl. zero+ MySQL REGEXP special patterns (?:\*(?!\"))* #Include zero+ stand-alone asterisks (?:\%(?!\"))* ) #Include zero+ stand-alone percent signs (?:\s*|\p{IsSpace}*) #Match zero+ spaces (\)*) #Match zero+ right parentheses (?:\p{IsSpace}|\s)* #Match zero+ spaces (["()]*) #Match zero+ double quotes or parentheses (?:\p{IsSpace}*) #Match zero+ spaces ( #(begin group) (?:NOT|OR|AND|XOR)* #Match zero+ operator words (?:\p{IsSpace}+|\(+|\p{IsZ}|\Z) #Then one+ spaces OR one+ ")" #OR end-of-string ) #(end group) #AND SUBSTITUTE THE ABOVE WITH THE BELOW %$2$3$table\.$columnName`$1`$like`"$l$wb$4$we$l"$5$6 $7 %xig;
Again, thank you very much! And thank you to Moritz who prodded me to learn how to code the regex substitution on multiple lines, with comments for readability. Blessings!


In reply to Re^2: Unicode substitution regex conundrum by Polyglot
in thread Unicode substitution regex conundrum by Polyglot

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