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Thanks for the replies, Red Hat : Red Hat Enterprise Linux ES release 3 (Taroon Update 1) LANG=en_US.UTF-8 Putty Terminal encoding UTF-8 I have cut Oracle out completely, I have the simplest possible to test the problem, i.e. print "Umlaut \n"; If I leave LANG set, I can edit my script and type in vi, but the output is messed up when I run it, if I unset LANG, the script output looks good, but I can't use vi to edit the umlauts. What setting(s) do I need to be able to print a from perl *and* be able to edit the script and change it? Cheers, Tony

In reply to Re^2: LANG setting and code pages by adolpht
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