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As far as I can tell, your string is not UTF-8 encoded.
There is a UTF-8 BOM (Byte-Order-Mark) at the very beginning of your string. You can find it just after the start of your string:

That has (0x6D 0x00 0x00 0x0A) as it’s UTF-8 encoding.
The string doesn’t start with the UTF-8 encoding that would make your string valid UTF-8 encoded.
So, you don’t have to do anything.

Notes on your original code
If your intention was to detect UTF-8 encoded strings, then using the ord() function is not useful, since the ord function detects the encoding of a string. In the case of Python 2.x the ord function does not even exist, or else it would be useful, but that’s not the case for Python 3.x. Python 3’s unicode type is unicode, which means that you can get the unicode code point values of the characters directly, without having to import the encodings module first.
In the case of Python 2.x, though, ord() does work; but it will only return 0 in the case of ascii strings, and for other encodings, it will return a number different than 0.
The easiest way to do it, to detect an UTF-8 encoded string, is to use Python’s string.decode(encoding, errors=’ignore’) method, which will return a unicode string, and then compare it to the string you want to detect.
In other words, you would go from your original code (with character encoding errors) to:
if my_str.decode(‘utf-8’) == my_utf8_str:
print(“UTF-8 encoded string detected”)

If you still want to use ord(), you can use a if-else statement:
if ord(my_str.decode(‘utf-8’)) == 0xFEFF:
# It’s ascii encoded
# It’s not ascii or UTF-8 encoded

You can also use the unicodedata module, which is intended to be used with Unicode strings instead of normal string.
More about decoding utf-8 strings in Python 3.x

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