Author gvanrossum
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Date 2007-12-19.22:38:29
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Hm.  The test2.py file, when I download it, contains the two bytes
"\xc4\xb1" in the first unicode() call, and "\xc4\xb0" in the second
one.  This is *always* supposed to produce a UnicodeDecodeError, since
it would use the default encoding which is ASCII.  So I don't understand
how you get this to pass with 2.4 at all.

When you replace the arguments with these hex escapes, does it still
pass for you?  Or does that break it?
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