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Seminko

Special characters not working between two PCs

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Seminko

Hey fellas,

I have this:

Local $Zamestnanec[29] = ["Balco", "Bartusek", "Bublíková", "Celerová", "Drábková", "Drobiszová", "Halfar", "Hemzalová", "Hruzíková", "Humlová", "Kouřilová", "Kozlová", "Kvardová", "Lebeda", "Magnusková", "Mecová", "Motalová", "Neusserová", "Otáhalíková", "Pazourek", "Polnická", "Soukupová", "Staňková", "Svozil", "Tvarůžková", "Vašut", "Vobrová", "Vrábelová", "Zeman"] 
Local $arrayfull[29][2]

$Clip = ClipGet()

$BalcoArrayRaw = _StringBetween($Clip, "Průměr", "Balco")
$BalcoArray = StringSplit($BalcoArrayRaw[0], " ", 1)
$BalcoNahrada = $BalcoArray[4]
$arrayfull[0][0] = "Balco"
$arrayfull[0][1] = $BalcoNahrada

For $i = 1 to 29 - 1
   $ArrayRaw = _StringBetween($Clip, $Zamestnanec[$i-1], $Zamestnanec[$i])
   $Array = StringSplit($ArrayRaw[0], " ", 1)
   $ArrayRef = _ArraySearch($Array, "náhrady")
   $Nahrada = $Array[$ArrayRef + 1]
   $arrayfull[$i][0] = $Zamestnanec[$i]
   $arrayfull[$i][1] = $Nahrada
Next

It works perfectly at my home PC but when I open it at work all the special czech characters disappear and the script can't find the strings.

Any idea how to fix that? Ie sending an *.exe to work instead of the script file?

Thanks

Edited by Seminko

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jchd

You seem to be relying on extanded ASCII (ANSI) codes being portable accress distinct codepages, but the whole purpose of codepages is to make most/all of them different.

Only some Unicode encoding is guaranteed to be portable worldwide. Use of UTF8 is warmly recommended.


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Seminko

I tried using UTF8 yesterday. Didn't work.

But, for some reason, when I tried today and re-wrote the whole thing it worked.

Thx lads...

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