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To write French in my Latex documents, I've added "\usepackage[utf8]{inputenc}" to the preamble.

This statement prints the following error in different parts of the log file:

Package inputenc Error: Unicode char ⁠ (U+2060)
(inputenc) not set up for use with LaTeX.
 ...ci2002semantic}. ConQo \cite{Braun2008}⁠
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  • It seems to be linked with your bibliography, but without a complete MWE, it's going to be hard to understand what exactly went wrong. Please edit your post. Nov 18, 2016 at 17:34
  • Bibliography file is in utf-8. Which detail about the bibliography do you want to know ?
    – Nasreddine
    Nov 18, 2016 at 20:38
  • If it is in the .bib as it seems, then the issue probably arises from how you are accessing your bib file. Traditional BibTeX, e.g., does not do well with UTF-8.
    – jon
    Nov 18, 2016 at 20:44
  • I'm using this command to include bibliography \bibliographystyle{plain} \bibliography{references/references} I tried to disable them; I get same error
    – Nasreddine
    Nov 18, 2016 at 20:55

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A slightly odd character to have in a tex source, but U+2060 is WORD JOINER which is normally taken as \nolinebreak so add

\DeclareUnicodeCharacter{2060}{\nolinebreak}

to your preamble if removing the character is not an option.

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  • Error solved with U2060, But, I still have an error with another character: Package inputenc Error: Unicode char �\expandafter (U+4F0)(inputenc) not set up for use with LaTeX. ... a mobiso:QoSInformation ;
    – Nasreddine
    Nov 18, 2016 at 20:31
  • @Nasreddine that's CYRILLIC CAPITAL LETTER U WITH DIAERESIS Nov 18, 2016 at 20:37
  • the problem that I'm not using this character in my document!
    – Nasreddine
    Nov 18, 2016 at 20:53
  • @Nasreddine yes you are:-) use \DeclareUnicodeCharacter{04F0}{!!!!I-AM-HERE!!!!!} and it might be easier to spot. Nov 18, 2016 at 20:59
  • the problem is with this line of code inside lstlisting mobiso:Service1 a mobiso:ConcreteService ;
    – Nasreddine
    Nov 18, 2016 at 21:06

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