Interpret a byte as an iso-8859-15 codepoint, and transcode to UTF-8 : encoding « String « Ruby





Interpret a byte as an iso-8859-15 codepoint, and transcode to UTF-8

byte = "\xA4"
char = byte.encode("utf-8", "iso-8859-15")

 

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