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Escape sequence for unicode characters

Hello,

Is there some escape sequence for using unicode characters in command line psql ?
For example in HTML there is e; for the c-cedilla. Is there the same thing
with postgresql ?

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Nov 12 '05 #1
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Didier Bretin writes:
Is there some escape sequence for using unicode characters in command line psql ?
For example in HTML there is e; for the c-cedilla. Is there the same thing
with postgresql ?


Unfortunately not, but you can UTF-8 encode it yourself and enter the byte
sequences using the octal escapes (\123).

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