Carlone wrote:Carlo,> Hi, I'm using mysql 4.0.18 on a web server with PHP 5.1.1 and I'm trying to
> pass from the iso-8859-1 encoding to utf8, but I'm still confused about
> many questions.
> With which encoding data is saved in the DB when data is generated by PHP?
> Does it depend to the cht of the php page? And if the string is
> inserted in a page by the user in a form and then inserted in the database?
> There is any setting of mysql, or any property of the db, of the table or
> of the field?
> Thank you,
MySQL stores whatever PHP (or any other program) tells it to store. It
does not change the encoding of the data. The chts are just used
for collation (sorting) non-equal comparisons.
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