Why is this particular Unicode character, LATIN SMALL LETTER THORN, singled out for special mention in the documentation?
Because of its ordinal value (the number that it is)
When might they work?
:) When they're not on vacation?
:) When the source allows it?
Seriously though, the docs you're quoting say it Multibyte characters are not allowd and use perl-5.8.2 or higher
If this is the case, then I want to learn how to do this
What are you waiting for?
|examples/csv-check|| Script to check a CSV file/stream |
|examples/csvdiff || Script to shoff diff between sorted CSV files |
|examples/parser-xs.pl || Parse CSV stream, be forgiving on bad lines |
|examples/speed.pl || Small benchmark script |
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