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is_urt8 is returning nothing and output of unpack is 81698a94816a8bc9976d.

We tried one more function find_encoding of Encode module and output is Encode::XS=SCALAR(0xaad27d0).

W are not getting actual output when we use encode and decode fucntins.

Output of locale command is as below
LANG=C

LC_CTYPE="C"

LC_NUMERIC="C"

LC_TIME="C"

LC_COLLATE="C"

LC_MONETARY="C"

LC_MESSAGES="C"

LC_PAPER="C"

LC_NAME="C"

LC_ADDRESS="C"

LC_TELEPHONE="C"

LC_MEASUREMENT="C"

LC_IDENTIFICATION="C"

LC_ALL=

Please sugegst where we are going wrong.

Thanx,
Prafull

In reply to Re^6: Japanese character in Linux by prafulltc
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