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I have many files (xml, css, js, html)

and would like to see everyone who has "UTF-8" characters, because some files are in ANSI and others in UTF-8 without BOM.

I tried several "RegEx" to the query, for example:

[^\x00-\x7F] or \X or \p{L}

  • In Sublime-Text I used Ctrl+Shift+F with RegEx

  • In Notepad++ I used "Find All in All Opened documents" with RegEx

But both returned the documents in "UTF-8" and "ANSI".

It is possible to find only documents that have UTF-8 characters or only like "iso-8859-1"?

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It is possible to find only documents that have UTF-8 characters or only like "iso-8859-1"?

No, that is not possible in UTF-8 without BOM. The only difference is how to interpret the characters and NOT the characters themselves.

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