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- Peter King
April 7, 2005, 10:08 am
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- Jasper Bryant-Greene
April 8, 2005, 1:09 pm
Re: mysql 3.23.54 and UTF-8
Firstly, all the resources under the following manual URL will help:
To answer your specific questions:
1) No. The first MySQL version to support Unicode natively is version
4.1, according to the following manual URL:
However, you can store encoded UTF-8 (not UCS) data in standard MySQL
2) Fetch the data from the table, convert it to UTF-8 using ASP (in PHP
I would use the iconv() functions but not sure in ASP) and update the
row in the table again.
3) See the URL at top of post.
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