Pit Capitain escribió:
> Alfonso schrieb:
>> Sorry, I didn't expressed me correctly. When I said that if I type ñ 
>> ó á é í in the editor I have this result
>>
>>     .      I didn't mean that I couldn't see      in the 
>> edited file. They appear just so: ñ ó á é í. The problem is after 
>> executing the program ("ruby myprogram.rb"). Then the result in the 
>> console will be this:     . But the saved file has no problem 
>> with representation...
>
> Alfonso, this isn't a problem of Ruby, but a problem of the Windows 
> console. To verify, open Notepad and enter your letters, then save the 
> file. In the console, do a "type myfile.txt" (replace with the actual 
> filename). You'll see the same weird characters. The reason is that 
> the Windows console uses a special character encoding.
>
> If you want to convert the output of your Ruby programs to the 
> character encoding of the Windows console, look at
>
>   http://blade.nagaokaut.ac.jp/cgi-bin/scat.rb/ruby/ruby-talk/225185
>
> Regards,
> Pit
>
>
That's it. It works now, using iconv.

Thank you, Pit and Paul for your answers.

		
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