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"I think if you want to change STDOUT globally for the debugger, some of the unicode flags in perlrun should do. (untested)"

I tried all of these:

$ perl -C -de1 ... $ perl -de1 ... DB<1> use open OUT => qw{:encoding(UTF-8) :std} ... $ perl -Mopen=OUT,:encoding\(UTF-8\),:std -de1 ...

All gave the "Wide character ..." warning. All still printed "". There's probably other avenues of investigation for a global change: I didn't try anything further.

— Ken

In reply to Re^3: Problem with escape sequence \x for hex with spaces "\x{ 263A }" by kcott
in thread Problem with escape sequence \x for hex with spaces "\x{ 263A }" by LanX

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