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Korean characters in a SQL_ASCII database?!?

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Someone put some Korean words in my SQL_ASCII database:

http://www.flashcardexchange.com/qui....php?id=238165

When you change the encoding of you browser to EUC-KR it looks
suspiciously like Korean. What is going on here? How is this working?

culley

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"culley harrelson" <cu****@fastmail.fm> writes:
Someone put some Korean words in my SQL_ASCII database:


SQL_ASCII doesn't mean "7 bit only". It means something closer to
"we don't know what encoding this stuff is, and won't risk doing
any automatic conversions".

regards, tom lane

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