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This part of code puts the characters in a column and when exported it shows ?? in their place.

dff['KAEK']=dff['CAD'].str[:5].add('ΕΞ').add(dff['CAD_AD_F'].str[5:]).add(dff['rank'])
dff.to_file(out)

Where can i set the utf-8?

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    Can you make a working self-contained minimal example please? It shouldn't be too many lines, just enough to create a GeoPandas array with one or two features – Spacedman Jul 13 '18 at 9:07
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Just use dff. to_file(out,encoding='')and where is the encoding try your language specific versions until you find it.

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    I'd still like to see a fully working example of this because I can't make this work if I put some non-ascii strings into a pandas df. – Spacedman Jul 13 '18 at 10:01

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