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Unicode Preserve v1.0 (useful for Unicode)

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Open Programme Unicode Preserve

Choose "Source Path": Script file is original file (Unicode)

Tartget Path is Output

Push "Convert" to convert. You have output file

Now, file OutPut file can run as Normal Script file . But You Using Obfuscate or Tidy Programme to Obfuscate or Tydy OutPut file and Preserve Unicode

Example:

;Example
MsgBox(0 + 64, "Hello", "I'm Tung, I'm from Vietnam")

;Ví dụ
MsgBox(0 + 64, "Xin chào", "Tôi là Tùng, Tôi đến từ Việt Nam")

Programe convert:

;Example
MsgBox(0 + 64, "Hello", "I'm Tung, I'm from Vietnam")

;Ví dụ
MsgBox(0 + 64, "Xin ch" & ChrW(224) & "o", "T" & ChrW(244) & "i l" & ChrW(224) & " T" & ChrW(249) & "ng, T" & ChrW(244) & "i " & ChrW(273) & "" & ChrW(7871) & "n t" & ChrW(7915) & " Vi" & ChrW(7879) & "t Nam")

Restore to original scrip by Programme

;Example
MsgBox(0 + 64, "Hello", "I'm Tung, I'm from Vietnam")

;Ví dụ
MsgBox(0 + 64, "Xin chào", "Tôi là Tùng, Tôi đến từ Việt Nam")

Download

Unicode_Preserve.au3

Edited by Helomotorola

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What purpose does this serve?

As if you run the content of the first example, it does work correctly, provided the source is valid UTF8 encoding.


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