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Looking at the database being opened by that SQLite snippet in Navicat I don't see any data there; I would assume that the iCloud move caused some changes but perhaps I am not viewing it right. If you have a developer account you might look in the documentation for Address Book programming. There's pretty rich support for searching and I would be shocked if ...


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I finally found out what the problem is. The problem was not with the terminal emulators themselves as both OSX Terminal and iTerm2 were using UTF-8 by default. It turned out one has to inform python explicitly that the terminal is capable of handling unicode by way of export PYTHONIOENCODING=utf-8 Credits to this stackoverflow answer.


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Make sure your terminal in the iTerm preferences -> Profiles -> Terminal supports Unicode (the character encoding should be "Unicode (UTF-8)". SymPy will choose ASCII if the terminal does not report that it supports Unicode.



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