NO-BREAK SPACE is 00A0, which in UTF-8 is xC2 xA0. Hex xC2 = Decimal 194.
best, Paul Quoting Vic Norton <v...@norton.name>:
I am confused. I can't figure out what ord does. For example I've pasted the NO-BREAK-SPACE (00A0) between the quotation marks in the ord of the following line. print ord(" "), "\n"; When I run this line in a Perl script I get 194 What does this 194 mean? As far as I know A0 = 10x16 = 160. And 194 certainly can't be an octal numeral. Regards, Vic