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Re^2: multi byte character issue

by afoken (Canon)
on Jan 03, 2020 at 13:11 UTC ( #11110899=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: multi byte character issue
in thread multi byte character issue

Also note that DBD::ODBC can and does support Unicode (including UTF-8), but ONLY if it was compiled to do so. By default, Unicode support is enabled on Windows, but disabled on all other platforms. So if you need a DBD::ODBC with Unicode support on Linux or any other non-Windows platform, you have to tell DBD::ODBC's by invoking it with the parameter -u (and recompile). See also "Enabling and Disabling Unicode support" in DBD::ODBC.


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