Mauricio Hernández Durán <mhernandez 'at' ingenian.com> writes:
> Hi all!
> We encountered the same problem most people have had using latin1 or
> unicode for spanish characters upon inserting or updates:
> ERROR: could not convert UTF-8 character 0x00ef to ISO8859-1
Iconv actually agrees that this UTF-8 character cannot be
converted to ISO8859-1.
I can print UTF-8's 0x00EF which gives "ï".
Then if I manually input "ï", the bytes in UTF-8 to do that are
0xC3AF, and this can be converted to ISO8859-1 (it is 0xEF).
Isn't there a problem with your UTF-8 data containing 0x00EF?
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