I am encountering the error attached
"UnicodeEncodeError: ASCII codec can't encode character u'\0152' in position 124: ordinal not in range(128)" Please help me solve this.....

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If you have a computer made for the US market, you most likely don't have char 0156 (a hex number) in your character set.

Also note that editors like DrPython, SPE and UliPad screw up unicode character sets in their output window. Use PyScripter or ConText to get at least some order into playing with unicode.

In PyScripter you can avoid the error by changing the engine setiing to international.
Click: Run - Python engine - International

commented: Don't bump solved, six year old threads... -1

Don't bump old threads, particularly old solved threads...this one is six years old for goodness sake...

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