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Re: Read/Write Chinese Characters
in thread Read/Write Chinese Characters
I saw OP's situation now on windows.
And you are right.
Without setting code page option, it returns default code page value, in my case CP932, and sometimes it fails in cases like 'ri' + 'space'.
With setting code page to Win32::OLE::CP_UTF8, as you said, it returns decoded character and works fine.
thanks and regards.
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