#19 Yanking unicode strings

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2014-08-15
2004-07-15
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When yanking unicode strings, the unicode characters
are almost formated as python expects it but not quite.
A unicode character is converted to a string such as
\x{00E5} , but the curly brackets shouldn't be there
and it should be a u insted of an x. The correct syntax
is \u00E5 . Is there a way to change this?

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