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Comments: Spreadsheet::ParseExcel and UCS2 data

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When a Perl program I had written had some encoding issues with spreadsheet data a customer fed to it, I asked if he could email me the Excel spreadsheet so I could have a look.

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Thank you for taking the time to document your findings. I was having exactly the same problem with a spreadsheet originally generated as a Google doc with cut-and-paste names from various nationalities.

Posted by Michael Collinson at 14:49 GMT on 24 March 2011

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