Re: Trouble getting started with vim and utf-8 file
- View SourceOn Sat, Apr 9, 2011 at 12:13 AM, John Beckett <johnb.beckett@...> wrote:
> It looks like you created that file, so you need to fix itYeah, that's what I gathered from the other replies.
> because it is not UTF-8.
> Downloading the file with wget and dumping the bytes shows that
> the character which I have shown as "?" in the following is not
> valid UTF-8:
> title="?Torrent 3.0" \
> That single byte is hex B5 or binary 10110101. That starts with
> "10" which is never valid as the first byte of a character in
> BTW you can find that in Vim by opening the file and typing 8g8
> which jumps to the next illegal byte sequence, then typing ga to
> show the value.
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