wow, that's so weird, but it worked! Thanks man.

~Jeremy

Brian Candler wrote:
> Jeremy Woertink wrote:
>> ok, I've been reading more on it. I guess it's like unicode or 
>> something....
> 
> Yep, you can even see the string broken into unicode chars:
> 
> irb(main):009:0> src.scan(/./u)
> => ["W", "H", "E", "N", "\302\240", "N", "O", "N", "E", "M", "P", "T", 
> "Y", "\302\240", "@", "h", "o", "r", "i", "z", "o", "n", "t", "a", "l", 
> "-", "f", "e", "a", "t", "u", "r", "e", "d", "-", "i", "t", "e", "m", 
> "-", "t", "e", "x", "t", "2"]
> 
>> and I want to split it by the \302\240, just doing
>> 
>> string.split('\302\240') doesn't work.
> 
> You need double-quotes, not single-quotes, for the \nnn syntax to be 
> turned into single bytes.
> 
> irb(main):011:0> src.split("\302\240")
> => ["WHEN", "NONEMPTY", "@horizontal-featured-item-text2\n"]

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