|You can use <li> to make bullets, they look much nicer than asterisks (see this post for an example).
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Note that in MySQL, you can configure the encoding used for:
plus various defaults in case any of the specific ones wasn't specified.
- storing the data
- sending the data
- getting the data
Note that :utf8 and :encoding(UTF-8) layers aren't identical. The latter is more strict and does more checks.
this can fail if the $filename variable is not also in UTF8
The encoding of the contents is in no way related to the encoding of the filename. Moreover, at least in a web app, the filename on your system should be controlled by you, not a user input, so you should always know what encoding the filename uses.
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