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From "Daniel F. Savarese" <...@savarese.org>
Subject Re: How to form the utf-8 supported patterns to use with ORO
Date Thu, 14 Nov 2002 20:34:25 GMT

In message <OF7E55B4EF.634C086D-ON88256C69.006953C6@vodafone-us.com>, Thameem.A
nasari@vodafone-us.com writes:
>I am using Perl5Util class to match for characters and its working fine
>with ASCII characters.
>But how do I validate the unicode charcters? If there is any unicode
>characters in my source input the page returns blank without

Without an example program and sample input that reproduces the problem
you are encountering, there is no way to diagnose it.  Perl5Util supports
unicode, but perhaps you are expecting certain expressions like \d
to match specific characters in a localized character set?

daniel



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