Working with the characters in the databases seems to have no consequences, until you come across things that do not match. In today’s post I tell you how to make it easier to change the COLLATE of the tables all to it. The reason for this entry The reason for this entry is that when making a query, it did not get the correct result. We reproduce what happened to me, and create a database, such that: CREATE DATABASE `test` /*!40100 COLLATE ‘utf8_general_ci’ */; so, let’s create a new table:...read more
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