Perl pragma to turn on UTF-8 everywhere


The utf8 pragma allows you to write Perl source code encoded in UTF-8. That means UTF-8 strings, variable names, and regular expressions. utf8::all goes further, and makes @ARGV encoded in UTF-8, and filehandles are opened with UTF-8 encoding turned on by default (including STDIN, STDOUT, STDERR). If you don't want UTF-8 for a particular filehandle, you'll have to set binmode $filehandle.

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