In all respects except one, the treatment of Unicode works just fine. I can write Unicode to database tables, read it, display it, etc., with no problems. The exception is mysql, the MySQL Command-Line Tool. When I execute a SELECT statement to see rows in a table containing the Venus and Mars Unicode characters, here is what I see on the screen:
| Venus | â™€ | | Mars | â™‚ |
What I want to see is this
| Venus | ? | | Mars | ? |
I get the same behavior with the MySQL Command Line Tool when I run it on Windows, Mac OS X, and Ubuntu, so I'm pretty sure the problem has to do with mysql itself.
Any ideas about how to get the MySQL Command-Line Tool to display Unicode properly?
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Hal.sz S.ndor Re: How to get the MySQL Command-Line Tool to display Unicode properly
Oct 19, 2017; 15:57
Re: How to get the MySQL Command-Line Tool to display Unicode properly
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