Hey Monks, I've searched far and wide and I climbed the mountain of knowledge for assistance.
I have an HTML Form (saved in UTF8 encoding, french text), once the users input their information, the form post is accept-char: UTF8 and executes a PERL script. This script outputs the same variables from the previous FORM and asks for confirmation.
I've declared binmode UTF8 which allows the self-printing HTML text to print out all the accents etc. This all works fine until a field in the form contains an accent/special character (like the name for example).
The PERL script prints out content fine, but when it prints out a variable that came from the FORM itself, the accents become jumbled characters.
I'm not exactly sure why this is happening or how to solve it.
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