"use locale" should be something easy, but not to me. Following script should populate 2 equal list under my locale (et_EE.UTF-8), but no.
print setlocale( LC_CTYPE ), "\n\n";;
my @real = qw(R S Š Z);
my @fake = 'R'..'Z';
R S Š Z
R S T U V W X Y Z
To test locale, i print it with POSIX setlocale , and perl seems see my locale pretty well. But setlocale does not bother about locale-pragma, same output without it too. So, why "use locale" has no influence on alphabet and how to change it?
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