If it is enough to replace all unencodable characters with? Here is a page that details the problem and a solution search the page for the text Wrapping sys. Edit: I'm using Python 2. I'm guessing it keeps the same codepage that was present before the program ran. I could not print utf8 characters in the windows console. Je suppose que c'est parce que la console Windows n'accepte pas les caractères Unicode seulement. See ipython notebook for summary and example of the issue. By contrast, byte stores a sequence of bytes which can then be mapped to a sequence of.
I suppose I could use a batch file wrapper, but then I need to distribute two files, not one. Then I added in all related scripts: try : import uniconsole except ImportError : sys. This has been discussed on StackOverflow and elsewhere. Note You can use the naming convention used in kitchen as a guide for implementing your own naming convention. There are many wrong assumptions in your question. When you mix the types it becomes much easier to operate on a string with a function that can only use the other type by mistake. This approach is not recommended because it can have side effects, it may break other scripts.
Regards, Martin Giampaolo Rodola' 27. See the documentation for more information:. You'll be able to redirect the output to a file. This is because lots of other things may have already been instantiated or cached the original encoding. I'm off looking for how to get a better font. This is only useful in porting awkward code from Python 2.
Or you can create your own tk window with Label or Text widget. It handles the entire passed string at once, so strings that have a length of 2 or more will flush fully instantly. Quote:but it has improved support for handling Unicode and binary data that does not fail no matter how badly configured the system is. The package is also on pypi and can be installed using pip. This will serve as an external patch to your Python installation ragarding this issue. With unicode issues this happens more often than we want.
First of all, in Python 2. Here's what worked for me: Fist, I need to make sure the font is set as Lucinda Console and not Raster Fonts which don't work. Regards, Martin John Machin 27. This means that to read Python output in Windows console correctly you should have windows configuration with native codepage configured to display printed symbols. This all works fine while the string only uses characters available in cp850. It may affect unrelated code.
In python, the unicode type stores an abstract sequence of. How print Works that tries to convert whatever you give it to a string, adds a newline, and the passes it on to sys. The mechanism that converts between the two types is only able to deal with characters. Writing these str's to stdout without any codecs will result in the output identical to the input. Note: The str call above is needed because otherwise encode causes Python to reject a Unicode character as a tuple of numbers. It has other options, but we're only interested in its default use at the moment. I've read , , and.
Here's a dirty hack: works import os os. You are confusing encoding and decoding. Look at your own output. Note that no other imports are before it. See also answers for the. You can change which codepage it uses, so you can probably find a codepage that contains the ® character if that's all you need, but there's no way to set it up so that you can use the full range of Unicode characters.
Notably the British pound symbol £ can be displayed in cp850 print '£' , however the encoding for this symbol is not the same as in utf-8 so it only appears when encoded correctly. I feel as thought quality documentation on this subject is hard to find and hopefully someone can clear this up. The delta triangle character does not exist in cp850 so it is output as a? The mentions line-buffering: When interactive, standard streams are line-buffered. If you change the code page to 65001 you'll get slightly less broken behaviour. Before the 3 lines given, it starts like this:! C'est le défaut du système de codage.