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Using the perl internals through Data::Peek's DPeek, you'll see both versions if UTF-8 is in effect without the fragile use of utf8 function calls. It also shows the importance of using utf8 in your example code.

$ perl -MData::Peek -wE'my $data = "Euro symbol: | I \N{U+276 +4}\N{U+FE0F} \N{U+1F42A}"; DPeek $data' PV("Euro symbol: \303\242\302\202\302\254 | I \342\235\244\357\270\217 + \360\237\220\252"\0) [UTF8 "Euro symbol: \x{e2}\x{82}\x{ac} | I \x{2 +764}\x{fe0f} \x{1f42a}"] $ perl -Mutf8 -MData::Peek -wE'my $data = "Euro symbol: | I \N{U+276 +4}\N{U+FE0F} \N{U+1F42A}"; DPeek $data' PV("Euro symbol: \342\202\254 | I \342\235\244\357\270\217 \360\237\22 +0\252"\0) [UTF8 "Euro symbol: \x{20ac} | I \x{2764}\x{fe0f} \x{1f42a} +"] $ perl -Mutf8 -MData::Peek -wE'my $data = "Euro symbol: \xe2\x82\xac | + I \xe2\x9d\xa4\xef\xb8\x8f \xf0\x9f\x90\xaa"; DPeek $data' PV("Euro symbol: \342\202\254 | I \342\235\244\357\270\217 \360\237\22 +0\252"\0)

Enjoy, Have FUN! H.Merijn

In reply to Re^8: Text::CSV encoding parse() by Tux
in thread Text::CSV encoding parse() by slugger415

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