A BOM is frequently used to identify UTF-8 files even if the concept of byte order doesn't exist in UTF-8. Remember, the BOM is really just U+FEFF ZERO WIDTH NO-BREAK SPACE, an completely invisible character.


In reply to Re^2: perltidy and UTF-8 BOM by ikegami
in thread perltidy and UTF-8 BOM by morelenmir

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