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encoding special characters in python2


encoding special characters in python2

By : Subha
Date : November 23 2020, 03:01 PM
around this issue The problem is that you try to compare unicode-string and byte-string:
code :
char != 'ó'
byte-string -> unicode
print u'ó' == 'ó' # UnicodeWarning: ...
print u'z' == 'z' # True
u = unicode('ó', 'utf-8') # note, that you can specify encoding
u = u'ó' 
print '\xc3\xb3'.decode('utf-8') # ó
char_to_int[char]
char_to_int[char.encode('latin-1')]
string_to_int = [[char_to_int[char.encode('latin-1')] if char != u'ó' else char_to_int['ò'] for char in line] for line in dat]


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Why does python2 save text with encoding escape characters?

Why does python2 save text with encoding escape characters?


By : ashishyadav
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? The script reads a file with my copy-pasted text in it. It does some manipulations on the text data and returns the result. However when python reads the file it saves it in a variable with single quotes and some other chars encoded like: \xe2\x80\x99, \xe2\x80\x9, \xe2\x80\x99 and so on. This happens only when I copy-paste the text from a webpage. If I type in the same text into a file and read that file afterwards, single quotes and other chars are not escaped with special characters.
code :
In [1]: text = 'perchè'

In [2]: text
Out[2]: 'perch\xc3\xa8'

In [3]: print text
perchè
can't print special chars in Python (encoding, special characters, lighttpd)

can't print special chars in Python (encoding, special characters, lighttpd)


By : M Quade
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you I am having a problem printing out special characters. If I want to print out a simple string with special characters in it and I open the python file in my browser, the string does not show up. I tried putting , finally I found the solution:
code :
output = message
json.dumps(output)
return output
output = message
return json.dumps(output)
Python2.7, what does the special characters mean in the utf-32 encoding output of a unicode string?

Python2.7, what does the special characters mean in the utf-32 encoding output of a unicode string?


By : Lakshmi
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps When you print the repr of a byte string, any byte value in the range of \x20 through \x7e will be converted to an equivalent ASCII printable character. In this case, = is the same as \x3d and [ is the same as \x5b. You missed the space, which is \x20.
Here's the complete table:
code :
\x20 ' '    \x21 '!'    \x22 '"'    \x23 '#'
\x24 '$'    \x25 '%'    \x26 '&'    \x27 '''
\x28 '('    \x29 ')'    \x2a '*'    \x2b '+'
\x2c ','    \x2d '-'    \x2e '.'    \x2f '/'
\x30 '0'    \x31 '1'    \x32 '2'    \x33 '3'
\x34 '4'    \x35 '5'    \x36 '6'    \x37 '7'
\x38 '8'    \x39 '9'    \x3a ':'    \x3b ';'
\x3c '<'    \x3d '='    \x3e '>'    \x3f '?'
\x40 '@'    \x41 'A'    \x42 'B'    \x43 'C'
\x44 'D'    \x45 'E'    \x46 'F'    \x47 'G'
\x48 'H'    \x49 'I'    \x4a 'J'    \x4b 'K'
\x4c 'L'    \x4d 'M'    \x4e 'N'    \x4f 'O'
\x50 'P'    \x51 'Q'    \x52 'R'    \x53 'S'
\x54 'T'    \x55 'U'    \x56 'V'    \x57 'W'
\x58 'X'    \x59 'Y'    \x5a 'Z'    \x5b '['
\x5c '\'    \x5d ']'    \x5e '^'    \x5f '_'
\x60 '`'    \x61 'a'    \x62 'b'    \x63 'c'
\x64 'd'    \x65 'e'    \x66 'f'    \x67 'g'
\x68 'h'    \x69 'i'    \x6a 'j'    \x6b 'k'
\x6c 'l'    \x6d 'm'    \x6e 'n'    \x6f 'o'
\x70 'p'    \x71 'q'    \x72 'r'    \x73 's'
\x74 't'    \x75 'u'    \x76 'v'    \x77 'w'
\x78 'x'    \x79 'y'    \x7a 'z'    \x7b '{'
\x7c '|'    \x7d '}'    \x7e '~'
How can I modify and remove special characters in keys of Python2 dictionary

How can I modify and remove special characters in keys of Python2 dictionary


By : Светлин Стоянов
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further If it's the special character "\xa0" you are trying to remove from the keys, try this:
code :
data = {'New Year Day 2019\\xa0': 'Tuesday, January 1', 'Good Friday': 'Friday, March 30', 'New Year Day 2018\\xa0': 'Monday, January 1'}
for i in data:
    if "\\xa0" in i:
        data[i.replace("\\xa0", "")] = data.pop(i)
print data
special characters in xml file with Python2.7

special characters in xml file with Python2.7


By : user2449751
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help Python does not represent characters outside of the ascii range like you would like. The special characters \xc3\xb3 and \xc3\xad are related to hexadecimal ordinals of each character: ó and í . It seems like your code does not translate the special characters very well. Instead of posting the actual ó and í it posts their respective representations: \xc3\xb3 and \xc3\xad. Now I know nothing of the library you use, but I would search in the appendChild function for a quick fix regarding the translation. If you cannot find it, you could perhaps iterate over the text with a loop removing special characters and turning them into regular letters ("ó" into "o").
I wish I could be of more help :).
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