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This looks like a UTF-8-encoded file containing a multi-byte character. What’s the character you’re seeing?
$ iconv -f ISO-8859-1 -t UTF-8 test.txt
What I’m guessing is happening is that you’re viewing the file with a character encoding that’s not UTF-8, and the characters that you’re seeing are what it’s outputting as being the next-best guess at what that’s supposed to be, but not the encoding that the file is actually stored in.
For example, I know that these will output correctly, because I’m storing them properly:
$ echo -e “EUR 5”
But if I try to open them in a Windows text editor, I’ll see some garbage instead of the euro sign:
$ iconv -f latin-1 -t utf-8 test.txt
And a lot of people like to store a variety of languages in a single UTF-8-encoded file, so I have no idea why your “strange character” would show up in a Windows text editor.
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