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From:Sven Bentlage Date:May 16 2002 12:06am
Subject:Re: UTF-8 national characters
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Is there a way to get UTF-8 national characters sets working when you 
only have user access to a database (it's my ISP's)?

(I know this is going to upset some people, but I do not have any time 
left and RTFM won't help me right now..)

Can anyone of you send me a list/link to a list (or even better a 
download location) of all available UTF-8 national character sets and a 
small description on how to get them working as fast as possible?

Thanks for your understanding and help,


On Thursday, May 16, 2002, at 08:40 AM, Roger Baklund wrote:

> * John D. Stein
>> I can't seem to find anything about character code sets supported by
>> MySQL.  The only thing I found was a note about adding support
>> for sorting
>> on Unicode at
>> What character sets does MySQL support?  Is Unicode the default for
>> national character fields?
> There is plenty about character sets in the manual:
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UTF-8 national charactersJohn D. Stein16 May
  • RE: UTF-8 national charactersRoger Baklund16 May
    • Re: UTF-8 national charactersSven Bentlage16 May
      • Re: UTF-8 national charactersJoel Rees16 May
  • Re: UTF-8 national charactersSon Nguyen16 May
    • please advice me.ally17 May
      • Re: please advice me.Victoria Reznichenko17 May