I have a browser which sends utf-8 characters to my Python server, but when I retrieve it from the query string, the encoding that Python returns is ASCII. How can I convert the plain string to utf-8?
What do I have to do in Python to figure out which encoding a string has?
Is there a python convention for when you should implement
__unicode__(). I’ve seen classes override
__unicode__() more frequently than
__str__() but it doesn’t appear to be consistent. Are there specific rules when it is better to implement one versus the other? Is it necessary/good practice to implement both?
I have read up on remove the character ‘u’ in a list but I am using google app engine and it does not seem to work!
I am trying to push user account data from an Active Directory to our MySQL-Server. This works flawlessly but somehow the strings end up showing an encoded version of umlauts and other special characters.
I have a string like uXXXX (representation) and I need to convert it into unicode.
I receive it from 3rd party service so python interpreter doesn’t convert it and I need conversion in my code.
How do I do it in Python?
I need to store the content of a site that can be in any language. And I need to be able to search the content for a Unicode string.
When I run my Python code, I get the following errors:
We’ve already gotten our code base running under Python 2.6. In order to prepare for Python 3.0, we’ve started adding: