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Hi Friends,

I am developing an application which has to insert Greek characters in the MySql database...

Can any one share your views with me

Thanks in advance ...sorry for my poor english
 
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What is the problem you are facing with this? When you create the DB, make sure you set the character encoding for it to Unicode (most databases default to ASCII, so you need to set this explicitly). To display those characters on the web page, set the Content-Type to UTF-8.
 
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