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In fact, applying this function to text that is not encoded in ISO-8859-1 will most likely simply garble that text.If you need to convert text from any encoding to any other encoding, look at iconv() instead.
If you need to convert any text from any encoding to any other encoding, look at iconv() instead.
Working on repairs rather than repeal could be more of a short-term problem with anti-ACA Republican political contributors, but they will likely come back to incumbents they can rely on for other issues once the health care debate dies down.
Still, whether Republicans and Democrats could actually bridge their differences and work together to improve the ACA is a very open question.
Please note that utf8_decode simply converts a string encoded in UTF-8 to ISO-8859-1.
A more appropriate name for it would be utf8_to_iso88591.
what would it bother you if gay people got married stay in your lane do you let them do them.
And your god is so nice but quick to judg if your not like him, thought you wasnt suppose to judge people.""" 0,20120619094753Z,"""C\xe1c b\u1ea1n xu\u1ed1ng \u0111\u01b0\u1eddng bi\u1ec3u t\xecnh 2011 c\xf3 \xf4n ho\xe0 kh\xf4ng ?
Your problem is that you want to do a method call but instead you're creating a Regexp.
You're searching and replacing strings consisting of the string "160" followed by any character and then the string "chr", and then doing the same except with "160" replaced with "194".
When I convert the returned document to ANSI or UTF-8 it disappears altogether.
I couldn't find any info on it in the HTML:: Element documentation either.
So what I did was use return_value.gsub(/[\x A0]/n,"") instead and it worked perfectly fine for me.