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Re: Unicode Problem

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On Thu, 30 Oct 2008 10:28:39 +0300, Seid Mohammed wrote:
I am new to python.
I want to print Amharic character using the Python IDLE. here goes
somple code
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>>>abebe = '*** *ሶ *ላ'
'\xe1\x8a\xa0\xe1\x89\xa0\xe1\x89\xa0 \xe1\x89\xa0\xe1\x88\xb6
>>>print abebe
*** *ሶ *ላ
>>>abeba = ['***','*ሶ','*ላ'] abeba
['\xe1\x8a\xa0\xe1\x89\xa0\xe1\x89\xa0', '\xe1\x89\xa0\xe1\x88\xb6',
>>>print abeba
['\xe1\x8a\xa0\xe1\x89\xa0\xe1\x89\xa0', '\xe1\x89\xa0\xe1\x88\xb6',
so my question is
1)why >>abebe prints '\xe1\x8a\xa0\xe1\x89\xa0\xe1\x89\xa0
\xe1\x89\xa0\xe1\x88\xb6 \xe1\x89\xa0\xe1\x88\x8b' instead of *** *ሶ *ላ
2) why >>print abeba don't print the expected *** *ሶ *ላ string thanks
a lot.
Because lists represent their content in the `repr()` form. So you, the
programmer, can see what's really in there.

Marc 'BlackJack' Rintsch
Oct 30 '08 #1
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