UTF-8 is a multibyte character encoding of the Unicode character set, made up of one or more bytes. Unlike some other encodings such as UTF-16, the UTF-8 encoding is upward compatible with 7-bit ASCII characters, and can be processed to some degree by applications that are only aware of bytes.

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Can not input or print Chinese on PuTTY

On Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS release 3, I've set my environment variable as below $ echo $LANG zh_CN.UTF-8 $ echo $LANGUAGE zh_CN.UTF-8 $ echo $SUPPORTED en_US.UTF-8:en_US:en:zh_CN.UTF-8 $ ...
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DB2 Integrity Checks and Exception Tables

I am working on planning a migration of a DB2 8.1 database from a horrible IBM encoding to UTF-8 to support further languages etc. I am encountering an issue that I am stuck on. A few notes on this ...
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What is the fastest way to convert MySQL columns to UTF8 from latin1 colums who's data is actually UTF8?

I have a MySQL table that has a number of columns with the latin1 character set. Because of driver issues, the columns actually contain utf8 data. I want to leave the data as-is but change the ...
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utf-8 filename are ruined when uploading through IIS

When I upload files with UFT-8 file name through IIS on my Windows Server file names are ruined. (They are changed as if they are encoded in ASCII and therefore they are no more accessible). I Wonder ...
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How to read Chinese character from MySQL to PHP page by resin server?

My characters are in Chinese Simplified that stored in MySQL database by all tables and character set to UTF-8. I am reading them to my PHP page that runs under resin server on Windows XP ...
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CygWin SSHD and UTF-8 BOM

The CygWin ssh server configuration file "config_sshd" seems to need to be written minus a byte order marker. The server will accept UTF-8 but obviously becomes confused if it sees what it thinks is ...
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iis 7.5 wont serve up korean characters in my classic asp application

I have a classic ASP website hosted in IIS 7.5 - using a classic application pool pipeline. I have all my .Net Globalization settings set to UTF-8 encoding. However when my site outputs Korean ...
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Mod_rewrite with UTF-8 accent, multiviews , .htaccess

Problem: with Mod_rewrite, multiview & Apache config Introduction: The website is in french and i had problem with unicode encoding and mod_rewrite within php wihtout multiviews Old server was ...
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Problems with umlauts and git-svn

I've got the following problem: I checked out an GIT-repository created by tortoise-git under windows. German umlauts like "öäü" are shown as \x-Codes under my linux. That's basically no problem ...
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Configure Apache to decode utf-8 encoded URIs

I have a file named montaña.mp3. When HTTP clients send a request for that file, they send GET /monta%C3%B1a.mp3 HTTP/1.1. That's a utf-8 encoded URI. But Apache returns a 404 error. However, if I ...
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How to create a new MYSQL charset?

I am trying to configure roundcube webmail and I get the error "Can't initialize character set utf8 (path: /usr/share/mysql/charsets/))" I fixed this before on my website by adding ...