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Thanks for reply. grondilu

I don't think Data::Dumper changes anything about this issue.

I see. This outputs Hiragana Letter A.

perl -MData::Dumper -Mutf8 -MEncode=encode -e 'print Dumper encode("UTF-8","Hiragana Letter A ...")'
$VAR1 = 'Hiragana Letter A ...';
I have been carelessly used Data::Dumper so far, cause it has been very handy for me. And now I think of overriding "Dumper" function and ... feels not good.

case 1: Anyway, override Dumper.

use Data::Dumper; use Encode::Deep; no strict 'refs'; no warnings 'redefine'; local *Dumper = sub { print "in Dumper override\n"; return Data::Dumper::Dumper( Encode::Deep::encode('UTF-8',@_) +); }; use strict; use warnings; use utf8; print Dumper "Hiragana Letter A ...";
Maybe, I should not do this.

case 2: sub classing(?), Data::Dumper.
I would like to make wrapper class like this.

use strict; use warnings; { package MyDumper; use Any::Moose; use Encode::Deep; sub Dumper{ my $self=shift; return Data::Dumper::Dumper( Encode::Deep::encode('UTF-8',@_) +); } 1; } use utf8; my $d=MyDumper->new(); print $d->Dumper("Hiragana Letter A ...");
I could not "extends" Data::Dumper, cause it's new() function forced to have 2 args ... (I should learn Data::Dumper more...).

Or, Do you have any other module, that cares for encoding?

In reply to Re^2: utf8 characters in Data::Dumper by remiah
in thread utf8 characters in Data::Dumper by remiah

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