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newSVpvn_utf8 sounds awesome!. Is there some simple way to detect invalid UTF-8 ?

I guess something, somewhere, knows this - since croak() is the bane of my existence right now: email subject lines which may or may not have been truncated somewhere are 100% guaranteed to spew invalid UTF-8 at *some* point.

Is there some way perl can auto-magically handle UTF-16 as well? e.g. (from the RFC): "... UTF-16 surrogate pair. So, for example, a string containing only the G clef character (U+1D11E) may be represented as "\uD834\uDD1E"." (those 4 bytes (and/or 12 characters) are also an example of why truncated text breaks everything I expect)

In reply to Re^4: Can someone please write a *working* JSON module (Send money) by cnd
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