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I don't see any mention of any encoding in this code, which is not good. And earlier you said: "I'm using the CGI module and have it properly set: print $q->header(-charset => 'utf-8');" so I doubt this code is representative.

You need to:

  • Use a Perl version >= 5.12 and say use feature 'unicode_strings'; or use 5.012; (or higher).
  • If you have any non-ASCII characters in your Perl script, save it as UTF-8 and add the use utf8; directive at the top.
  • Make sure your data is coming from the database properly encoded. As I linked to above, you can check this via Devel::Peek. If you need that output to go to the browser, see this.
  • Make sure you are doing binmode STDOUT, ':encoding(UTF-8)'; or use open qw/:std :utf8/;.
  • Make sure you are telling your browser what encoding you are sending it.

Text::CSV is not the problem:

use warnings; use strict; use Devel::Peek; use Text::CSV; my $str = "\N{U+20AC}|\N{U+20AC}"; Dump($str); # ... UTF8 "\x{20ac}|\x{20ac}" ... my ($s1,$s2) = split /\|/, $str; Dump($s1); # ... UTF8 "\x{20ac}" ... Dump($s2); # ... UTF8 "\x{20ac}" ... my $csv = Text::CSV->new ({ binary => 1, sep_char => "|" }); $csv->parse($str); my ($c1,$c2) = $csv->fields; Dump($c1); # ... UTF8 "\x{20ac}" ... Dump($c2); # ... UTF8 "\x{20ac}" ...

In reply to Re^5: Text::CSV encoding parse() by haukex
in thread Text::CSV encoding parse() by slugger415

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