On 2007-04-04, Alvaro Herrera <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Right -- IMHO what we should be doing is reject any input to chr() which
> is beyond plain ASCII (or maybe > 255), and create a separate function
> (unicode_char() sounds good) to get an Unicode character from a code
> point, converted to the local client_encoding per conversion_procs.

Thinking about this made me realize that there's another, ahem, elephant
in the room here: convert().

By definition convert() returns text strings which are not valid in the
server encoding. How can this be addressed?

Andrew, Supernews
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