Re: MYSQL doesn't 'see' accents
Posted by: Rick James
Date: June 28, 2010 07:59PM

| clientÞle | 636C69656E74C3A86C65 | 10 | 9 |
Interpretation:
The hex for 'c' is 63.
The hex for 'l' is 6C.
...
The hex for 'Þ' is C3A8. That is, this one _character_ is encoded in two _bytes_.

'clientÞle' is 10 _bytes_ long and 9 _characters_ long.

But... C3A8 is the utf8 for 'é', not 'Þ'.

Since you wanted 'é', you successfully stored the data as utf8. So, the puzzle is now on the other side of the problem -- reading the data out of the table.

I seem to be stumped as to how to turn a C3A8 into a thorn accidentally.

One of several references:
http://www.collation-charts.org/

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