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It seems like you have to decode your inputs, but


                    input

                      +
  +-------------------|--------------------------+
  | io layer          | to perl internal utf8    | <--+HERE maybe you don't have
  +-------------------|------------------------->|
  |                   v                          |
  |                                              |
  |                                              |
  |        charcter semantics of Perl            |
  |                                              |
  |                                              |
  |                   +                          |
  +-------------------|-------------------------->
  | io layer          | to encoded utf8          |  <--+binmode STDOUT, "encoding(UTF-8)";
  +-------------------|--------------------------+
                      |
                      v

                    output
, as choroba says, it is important to know how you are doing it. Could you show us small example that depict it ?


In reply to Re: HTML Form > PERL Script in UTF-8 issue by remiah
in thread HTML Form > PERL Script in UTF-8 issue by Jishanator

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