A simple web wrapper around Robyn Speer's FTFY Python library. Paste in some broken unicode text and it will tell you how to fix it!
Try it out at https://ftfy.now.sh/
The tool outputs Python code to fix the input text, for example:
s = "He's Justinâ\x9d¤" s = s.encode('latin-1') s = s.decode('utf-8') print(s)
In some cases it will output additional imports from the ftfy package, for example:
import ftfy.bad_codecs # enables sloppy- codecs from ftfy.fixes import restore_byte_a0 s = 'It was namedÂ â€žscarsÂ´ stonesâ€ś after the rock-climbers who got hurt while climbing on it.' s = s.encode('sloppy-windows-1250') s = restore_byte_a0(s) s = s.decode('utf-8') print(s)