>>>>> "list" == list <list@stripped> writes:
list> MySQL erraneously thinks certain characters match while they do not.
list> select "y"="ü"
list> (the second character is iso latin-1, value 252)
list> returns 1
list> The only way around this seems to be to use the BINARY keyword, ie
list> select BINARY "y"="ü" works allright.
list> So the problem probly is somewhere in the conversion from uppercase
list> to lowercase or something.
The problem is that here in Sweden the two characters above are sorted
according to the same value :(
If you need to fix this, you have to add a new character table into
MySQL (or use the binary keyword). The MySQL manual includes some
information how to do this.