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From "Crest.Boy" <wsxwin...@yahoo.com.cn>
Subject Re: Ask for guide for saving multilingual character in Derby
Date Sun, 25 Oct 2009 04:36:38 GMT

Yes, I do agree with you. It should be caused by code-page. I tried, it works
now. Thanks a lot.


Myrna van Lunteren wrote:
> 
> On Sun, May 31, 2009 at 12:17 AM, Crest.Boy <wsxwinter@yahoo.com.cn>
> wrote:
>> Hi Guys: I am one new comer for derby. I tried many times but failed in
>> saving multilingual characters in Derby. I get ? when I want to save
>> Chinese
>> characters. Who can provide one simple guide to save multilingual
>> characters
>> in Derby? It is better to show me step by step. Thanks a lot in advance!
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> 
> Sorry - I can't do a step-by-step right now, but the ? characters are
> most likely what your console encoding shows, that is, the encoding,
> or rather, codepage setting, set on the machine on which you try to
> display the characters you retrieve after storing.
> Did you insert the Chinese characters using unicode?
> 
> Are you on a Chinese machine? Windows? Linux?
> 
> Try issuing chcp on the command line, and see what you get, then look
> around on the web and find a suitable chinese encoding.
> 
> If this doesn't help, I'll try more later, or maybe someone else will
> put in their 2c.
> 
> Myrna
> 
> 

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