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Re^2: converting text file encodings

by andal (Hermit)
on May 06, 2011 at 08:37 UTC ( #903361=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

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Well, function Encode::encode takes third argument that allows to define handling for "bad" characters. I believe, with the help of that one can replace them with other than question mark (?). For example

use strict; use Encode; # my raw data my $data = "\xe0\xe1\x02\n"; # interpret it as text in encoding CP1251 my $txt = Encode::decode("cp1251", $data); # convert text to octets in encoding Latin1. # Replace bad ones with X my $nd = Encode::encode("latin1", $txt, sub{ return "X" }); # just to see the result in the terminal which uses UTF-8 encoding Encode::from_to($nd, "latin1", "UTF-8"); print $nd, "\n"

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