> I think that a "character set" consists of a "character
> repertoire" and a "form of use".
> > SQL99 makes a slight distinction, in that "repertoire" is a "set" in
> > a specific context of application.
> I don't understand this probably due to my English ability.
I'm pretty sure that it is due to convoluted standards ;)
> Can you tell me where I can get SQL99 on line doc so that I could
> study it more?
From Peter E:
(a set of 5 files) which are also available in PDF at the same site.
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