From: Alex Crettol <AlexC(at)BassSoftware(dot)com>
Subject: RE: Thai data import into PostgreSQL
Date: Mon, 23 Jul 2001 16:39:20 +1000
> Thank you for your reply.
> I unfortunately do not have much detail on the encoding used.
> The details that Oracle provide are TH8TISASCII = Thai Industrial Standard
> 620-2533-ASCII 8-bit (Single-byte encoding, Strict Superset of ASCII, EURO
> symbol supported). I had a look on the web, but could not find anything more
> Do you know if there is any encoding existing for PostgreSQL which could
> match this ?
I'm not sure what "Strict Superset of ASCII" actually means, but it
seems you could use SQL_ASCII or LATINn (where n = 1~5) encoding,
since they are also "Strict Superset of ASCII".
Or even you don't need to enable the multibyte at all, I guess.
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