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Is possible to run/compile a UTF-8 script?

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hunter32

Hi,

I've written a UTF-8 script and when I run it chars as 'é' are recoded to 'é'.

I've used the command line with '/unicode' option too with the same result, infact, recode the char 'é' from UTF-8 to ANSI or Unicode (using other editors) output 'é'.

So, ther's a way to run a UTF-8 script as UTF-8?

If there isn't, ther's a code like '\u00E9' (java way) to leave that char as is?

Thanks.

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The help file (for Autoit > 3.2.4.0) has some info about unicode support. See: help file -> AutoIt -> Using AutoIt -> Unicode Support

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hunter32

Did you save the file as UTF-8 format?

Yes, I've opened that file with notepad and the encode results as UTF-8.

The script is written by a java program that is compiled with UTF-8 parameters.

The help file (for Autoit > 3.2.4.0) has some info about unicode support. See: help file -> AutoIt -> Using AutoIt -> Unicode Support

HTH

I've seen that but it says...

The recommended Unicode format is UTF16 Little Endian - this is how strings are stored within AutoIt [...]

So nothing new. Autoit recode my script to Unicode before run/compile operations.

The only way seems to be the direct use of UTF-16 from java...

However, if somebody knows another way, will be appreciated.

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