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PHP and Unicode

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Hi,

I'm building a website that will use Unicode data. Back-end using PHP and
SQL Server. The SQl Server database will store Unicode data (Chinese,
Japanese, etc.). PHP will be used to parse the data to the HTML web page.
Now, how does PHP deal with Unicode data? Is it any different than regular
English? Is there any high-level documentation on this subject?

Would appreciate someone direct me to any good web resource on this.

Thanks in advance!

Eric
Jul 17 '05 #1
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"Eric D." <er****@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:<be******************@news20.bellglobal.com>. ..
Hi,

I'm building a website that will use Unicode data. Back-end using PHP and
SQL Server. The SQl Server database will store Unicode data (Chinese,
Japanese, etc.). PHP will be used to parse the data to the HTML web page.
Now, how does PHP deal with Unicode data? Is it any different than regular
English? Is there any high-level documentation on this subject?


Hmmm... no idea bout SQL server. But, if you would like to know
the Unicode implementations in PHP, you may look into phpMyAdmin
source code.

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Jul 17 '05 #2

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