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moi <wxjmfauth at gmail.com> writes:

> Le jeudi 5 mars 2020 13:20:38 UTC+1, Ben Bacarisse a ?crit :
>> moi <wxjmfauth at gmail.com> writes:
>>
>> >>>> '?'.encode('utf-8')
>> > b'\xc3\xbf'
>> >>>> '?'.encode('utf-16-le')
>> > b'\xff\x00'
>> >>>> '?'.encode('utf-32-le')
>> > b'\xff\x00\x00\x00'
>>
>
>> That all looks as expected.
> Yes
>
>>Is there something about the output that puzzles you?
> No
>
>>Did you have a question?
> No, only a comment
>
> This buggy language is very amusing.

Whilst I am happy that you are entertained by Python, the ability to encode strings in various transfer formats does not strike me as being particularly amusing.  But there's little enough happiness in the world, so take it where you can!

--
Ben.