On Fri, Nov 26, 2004 at 02:52:18PM +0000, Adam Witney wrote:
> Do I have to have created the database with UNICODE encoding to do this?
> Also, is there anything in the PHP I have to adjust to be able to store the
> data and display the data?
Obviously, your database needs to be able to store the characters.
Unicode is good for this because it can store almost anything, but
depending on the specific character the encoding you're using may be
As for PHP, you need to have the browser and PHP agree on what
character set they're going to use. Then you set the client encoding
appropriately and PostgreSQL will make sure you get the information you
As a final note, you could always store your fancy characters as HTML
entities, then you could store them anywhere, but then also PostgrSQL
will not be able to do any conversion for you...
hope this helps,
Martijn van Oosterhout <kleptog(at)svana(dot)org> http://svana.org/kleptog/
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> tool for doing 5% of the work and then sitting around waiting for someone
> else to do the other 95% so you can sue them.
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