I hope this helps you . I want to make a Haskell script to read files in my /home folder. However there are many files named with Chinese characters, and Haskell and Ghci cannot manage it. It seems Haskell and Ghci aren't good at displaying UTF-8 characters.
around this issue You can tell what's going on by looking at the first few characters in the mode line. In Termux, it says UUU, but in Windows it says DDU. These three characters stand for: the coding system for keyboard input the coding system for terminal output the coding system of the file in the buffer
.NET Core 2 + System.Data.OracleClient. Chinese characters doesn't work