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Raises a UnicodeError exception for encoding and decoding errors Ignores invalid characters Replaces invalid characters with a replacement character (U+FFFD in Unicode, ' ' in standard strings) Replaces invalid characters with a Python character escape sequence For example, the character U+1234 is replaced by '\u1234' Replaces invalid characters with an XML character reference For example, the character U+1234 is replaced by 'ሴ'
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