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Ruby Conference 2017

This presentation, by Jan Lelis, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 3.0
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There are a lot of things that can go wrong when working with Unicode data. Some examples of unmeant behavior: You try to downcase "I" to "i", but your Turkish friends want it to be a dotless "ı" Your UI is broken, because people use empty usernames, despite the String#blank? check You think "C" is the same letter as "С", but your system does not think so and crashes Using ten characters as representatives, I will highlight some Unicode characteristics which require a programmer's attention and demonstrate how Ruby's solid Unicode support can be of useful assistance!

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