Giancarlo Bonansea wrote:
> Hello all,
> I've been using MySQL 3.22.21 in the last 2 weeks and I'm writing from
> Brazil. Our language is Portuguese and we use some letters with accents,
> like a,á,c,ç and others.
> MySQL can handle them very well, I don't have problems doing INSERTs and
> SELECTs, but... I'd like to do a "SELECT * FROM <table> WHERE <field>
> '%e%'" and get as the result all the rows that contains fields with "e" and
> "é". Forgetting accents is a very common mistake in Portuguese, so it's
> difficult to implement a search if we can't pass over this language problem.
> What I'm trying to explain is that "Bagé" should be compared the same as
> Is there a special configuration or compilation to activate this feature ?
> Thanks in advance,
You might need to write a custom function. Or, perhaps a module, but,
if you're not programming with MySQL, and, merely interfacing with a
web-interface like PHP, putting such a function together would be fairly
simple work. Try www.php.net.
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