This is a tutorial on how to manage Unicode strings in Python 2 and Python 3.
The canonical introductory article on the subject is, of course, Joel Spolsky's The Absolute Minimum Every Software Developer Absolutely, Positively Must Know About Unicode and Character Sets (No Excuses!)", but these notes will be a more practical guide, along the lines of "How do I get my code to *?@#'ing work?!?!"Now, there's a meme for you 🙂 .
- Part 1: Of character sets, encodings, and other wondrous things
- Part 2: Calling the Awasu API using Python 2
- Part 3: Calling the Awasu API using Python 3
- Part 4: This is all too complicated, just tell me what to do!
Note that while there are separate sections on Python 2 and Python 3, even if you're only using one version of Python, you should read both sections if you want to really understand how things work.
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