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use strict; use warnings; use feature 'state'; use WWW::Mechanize; use Path::Class qw' file dir '; Main( @ARGV ); exit( 0 ); sub Main { my $mech = WWW::Mechanize->new(); #$mech->get(''); $mech->get(''); my $content = $mech->content( format => 'text' ); my $thisf = file($0)->absolute; my $thisd = $thisf->dir; chdir $thisd or die "Cannot chdir($thisd): $!"; my $out = $thisf->basename; $out = "$out-out.txt"; writeFile( $out,$content); print join ' ', -s $out, $out, "\n"; } sub writeFile #form: writeFile(path,content) { my $filepath = shift; open my($txt), ">:utf8",$filepath or die "Cannot open $filepath : $! +"; print $txt "\x{feff}".join('',@_); close $txt ; }
$ pp $ a The locale codeset (cp1252) isn't one that perl can decode, stopped at + Encode/ line 87. Compilation failed in require at LWP/ line 976. $ pp -x $ a 6294 a.exe-out.txt $ perl 6281
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$ a 6294 a.exe-out.txt $ perl 6281 $ a 6294 a.exe-out.txt $ perl 6325 $ a 6330 a.exe-out.txt $ perl 6323 $ perl 6330

In reply to Re: pp module messes encoding by Anonymous Monk
in thread pp module messes encoding by palkia

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