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But i did. i tried what you said or at least what i though you have said and posted here:

I'am confused about what BOM is and as is aw at another ansert post of yours you mentions of '#!' that has to be ion the very first lin, which i though you wree taking even before the shebang, why 'use utf8;' neither works adn why all encodings run locally while they dotn remotelly. I'am drivign nuts.

Sorry but i cant continue arguing in the other posts of you and others because i would have to type all night long, and its clearly that we can communicate very well, you dont understand me and in some posts i dont understand you.

Every post you make trying to answer me i dotn just read it and its done, 1-2 or even 3 more follow pop-up questions comes into my mind to try to understand the meaning of your answers. I assure you though that *i try* to apply them before i re-ask(like the '#!' whcih i though it needed as a separate line before the shebang. I guess i don't understand them adequate enough.

You can continue to answer me if you like but expect maybe - not always - followUp questions until i grasp the meaning of your saying. Damn it i'm not a moron as Anonymous Monk states few minutes ago, these things are tough, didnt read enough and english isnt my native language.

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