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From:Warren Young Date:October 2 2006 7:19pm
Subject:Re: mysqlpp and wchar_t problem
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gani b. c. wrote:
> i have a problem using Query class from mysqlpp with wchar_t. i hope
> somebody can help me with this.
> i want to insert unicode to table.

Read the MySQL++ user manual chapter on Unicode:

Short version: by using wchar_t you are going to be using a UCS-2, 
UCS-4, UTF-16, or UTF-32 character encoding.  (Which it is depends on 
your OS, compiler, etc.)  MySQL wants UTF-8, a wholly different deal.
mysqlpp and wchar_t problemgani b. c.2 Oct
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