Quoth hzqbbc(_at_)damail(_dot_)cn (He Zhiqiang):
I've a problem to convert a unicode character into it's decimal or
Hexadecimal value. The following URL:
there some method or function
or modules can do the same job?? If i can do it, then in one html page, i
can display ont only chinese, but
also japanese, korea etc... This is something like HTML unicode, am i right?
I routinely use
use Encode qw/:fallbacks/;
use PerlIO::encoding ();
$PerlIO::encoding::fallback = FB_XMLCREF; # could use HTMLCREF instead
binmode STDOUT, ':encoding(ascii)';
which will cause all non-ascii characters in the output to be converted
to HTML's ༀ form. You need 5.8 for this to work, but you need 5.8
for Unicode support anyway.
(if this is wrong, could someone tell me where, and why... ? :)
The ord() function can't do the job because it return the incorrect decimal
I presume you mean 'the ord function returns the decimal value, which is
not what I want (I want the hex value)' rather than 'the ord function
returns an incorrect decimal value (i.e. the value itself is wrong)'?
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