Jean-Christian Imbeault wrote:
> Impossible, though it would be nice. Postgres can only accept one 
> charset for it's input not multiple.

I hope you mean one charset per language. Otherwise I can just cancel 
POstgres from my list of usable engines. But yes, it can't be just one.

>> *charset forcing* have your input page always delivered in standard 
>> format,
> My page is always in the same charset, the problem is that the user 
> input might not be ...

You mean that browsers will accept charset mixing in japanese? You 
explicitely declare charset="mycharset" in the page headers and the 
damned thing returns input in charset="hischarset"??? Now that's a awful 
surprise to me. What browser does that?



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