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Charset problems

Hi,

I use Windows XP, Apache2 and MySQL 4.1.

I changed my default charset by adding in my php.ini:

default-character-set=utf8

Some row inserts now went wrong, so I did remove it again.
How can I remove a default charset from a table?

Problem is that sometimes the data is utf-8 and sometimes it's iso-8859-1.
The problem is that the data suplier (RSS feat) tells me the wrong charset,
so I don't know how to determine automatically what charset is used.

Problem is that sometimes

n

becomes:

één

And that MySQL does not accept some characters in the TEXT field.
I hope someone can help me setting the charset to none again.
Wouter
Jul 20 '05 #1
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