Python: saving non ascii characters to file

Python: saving non ascii characters to file

By : Brendan M
Date : November 19 2020, 01:01 AM
this one helps. As someone commented, you probably just need to specify which codec to use when writing the string. E.g., this works for me:
code :
def pas(s):
    with open("file", "at") as f:
        f.write("%s\n" % s.encode("utf-8"))


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Doing File I/O in Python with non-ASCII Characters

Doing File I/O in Python with non-ASCII Characters

By : user2650308
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps I'm working on a Python script that reads an XML file encoded with UTF-8, does some manipulation with it and saves it to Google's Datastore (it's an App Engine program). , Specify the UTF-8 encoding on str.decode
code :
>>> print '\xe2\x99\x9e'.decode('utf-8')
Reading a file and uppercasing non-ascii characters before saving the content to other file

Reading a file and uppercasing non-ascii characters before saving the content to other file

By : aloekita
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. I fixed it by using the codecs module and adding the encoding='latin-1' to the input and ouput file.
code :
import codecs
m = 0
f_out = codecs.open('C:/out_file.ini', "w", encoding='latin-1')
with codecs.open('C:/in_file.ini', encoding='latin-1') as f_in:
    lines = list(line for line in (l.strip() for l in f_in) if line)
    for i in lines:
        f_out.write('alm_siem_alarm' + str(m) + '=' + i.split(' "')[1].upper() + '\n')
        m = m + 1

import codecs

with codecs.open('C:/in_file.ini', encoding='latin-1') as f_in, codecs.open('C:/out_file.ini', "w", encoding='latin-1') as f_out:
    print "Leyendo... " + str(f_in.name)
    generator = (l.split('"')[1].strip() for l in f_in.readlines() if l.strip())
    for i, line in enumerate(generator):
        f_out.write('alm_siem_alarm%d=%s\n' % (i, line.upper()))
remove non ascii characters from csv file using Python

remove non ascii characters from csv file using Python

By : Timur M.
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you Variable assignment is not magically transferred to the original source; you have to build up a new list of your changed rows:
code :
import csv

txt_file = r"xxx.txt"
csv_file = r"xxx.csv"

in_txt = csv.reader(open(txt_file, "rb"), delimiter = '\t')
out_csv = csv.writer(open(csv_file, 'wb'))
out_txt = []
for row in in_txt:
        "".join(a if ord(a) < 128 else '' for a in i)
        for i in row

How to write to a txt file ascii characters in python?

How to write to a txt file ascii characters in python?

By : user5625697
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you I think you need to use another text editor. Windows' notepad doesn't render the control characters correctly.
Try to use Programmers Notepad or Notepad++ for example.
Saving 'Ł' and 'ł' characters as ascii/ansi file with nodejs

Saving 'Ł' and 'ł' characters as ascii/ansi file with nodejs

By : Skyler STUDENT Phipp
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue It is not possible.
Neither characters are part of the ASCII standard.
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