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> whether p or print is used.

good and weird catch.

I can reproduce that with -CO on windows

    
C:\tmp>perl -CO -de0

...

  DB<1> p "\x{263A}"
Wide character in print at (eval 15)c:/nonBKU/strawberry-perl-5.32.1.1-64bit-portable/perl/lib/perl5db.pl:738 line 2.
...

☺
  DB<2> print "\x{263A}"
☺
  DB<3> q

I know that p is a hardcoded command and the debugger is fiddling with IO to ensure that debugged program and interactions don't mess with each other.

Still surprising, hope I find time to look into this.

> I don't use the debugger

pity, it's pretty close to a REPL, and both python and ruby come with easy REPLs

Cheers Rolf
(addicted to the Perl Programming Language :)
Wikisyntax for the Monastery


In reply to Re^6: Problem with escape sequence \x for hex with spaces "\x{ 263A }" (debugger's unicode support) by LanX
in thread Problem with escape sequence \x for hex with spaces "\x{ 263A }" by LanX

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