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in reply to Re^4: Proper Unicode handling in Perl (aside on Notepad++)
in thread Is there some universal Unicode+UTF8 switch?

At the initial standardization period there were a number of Unicode transport protocols, some of them really weird (7-bit UTF for one). As of now Notepad++ is pretty straightforward with what needed. It has in its settings: The rule of thumb is that default UTF-8 + "Apply to open ANSI files" is the only thing one ought to use.
Anything else is only for two distinct situations: 1) one got some unreadable chunk of chars from a 3rd party file and needs to make it readable Unicode 2) one is seeking for new oops-type adventures for (her|him)self and for end users.
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Re^6: Proper Unicode handling in Perl (aside on Notepad++)
by haj (Priest) on Sep 06, 2019 at 18:17 UTC

    Thanks to pryrt and VK for clarifying the situation with Notepad++ ! Duly noted, for further reference.