encoding « String « Ruby

1.Check the string encoding
2.Encoding and bytesize
3.Interpret a byte as an iso-8859-15 codepoint, and transcode to UTF-8
4.The iso-8859-1 encoding doesn't have a Euro sign, so this raises an exception
5.Encoding constant
6.Get utf-8 encoding
7.Specify Unicode UTF-8, or start Ruby with -Ku option
8.Get the position of the first multibyte char
9.Get byte from a unicode string

10.Get each char in a unicode