Wed Feb 13 09:53:12 CET 2008
My guess would be that 332 is not a valid value for a byte :)
2008/2/12 Dustin Whitney <dustin.whitney@REDACTED>:
> Yeah, that worked thanks! I had tried what you did, but it did not work
> with the UTF-32 data. Do you know why? And how do you suppose my data was
> turned into UTF-32. I got the data originally from an HTTP GET request that
> returned a UTF-8 encoded XML file. The file its self says it's UTF-8, and
> the header tuple said the document was using the UTF-8 charset. Does Erlang
> convert the data automatically?
> On Feb 12, 2008 2:59 AM, Hasan Veldstra <hasan.veldstra@REDACTED> wrote:
> > > How can I write [332,116,97,44,32,71,117,110,109,97] to a file so
> > > that when I open it up it looks like "Ōta, Gunma"?
> > -module(ftest).
> > -export([run/0]).
> > run() ->
> > Data = [197,140,116,97,44,32,71,117,110,109,97],
> > file:write_file("ftest.txt", list_to_binary(Data)).
> > Text is just numbers when stored to disk.
> > By the way, the list of numbers you originally posted is "Ōta, Gunma"
> > encoded in UTF-32, not UTF-8. It's in UTF-8 in my example.
> > Hope this helps.
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