Ïðîáëåììà ñ êîäèðîâêîé â MySQL


#1

Ïåðåí¸ñ áàçó íà õîñòèíã… È âñ¸ íà ñàéòå îòîáðàæàåòñÿ âîïðîñèêàìè… ïîìîãèòå ïëèç.
Ïðîáëåìà äàæå âðîäå çíàþ â ÷¸ì.
Ó ìåíÿ êëèåíòñêàÿ ÷àñòü ñòîèò latin1 áàçà 1251 … áàçó âèäíî îòîáðàæàåò ïðàâèëüíî à ñàì ñàéò âûâîäèò óæå â ëàòèíèöå…íî êàê ÿ ïîíèìàþ ìåíÿòü íóæíî íå íà ñàéòå à â phpMyadmin… Òîëüêî îáüÿñíèòå íîðìàëüíî… ß â ýòîì íå øàðþ ñîâñåì…


#2

Put me down for six and 2lb of sprouts please.


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#3

I’m afraid the only word I could understand was MySQL and I couldn’t guess the language enough to throw Google Translate at it.

We’re a primarily English speaking bunch and mostly illiterate at even that single language.

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#4

fully strongly agree

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#5

Well, Google’s Russian to English (BETA) spits out a few words in English, but not really enough to work with:


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#6

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#7

Heh… Is’t really russian.

I’m russian too, but I know some english words, so I’ll try to translate this message, coz I have the same problem.

I’m upload DB to the server using phpMyAdmin import service.
DB encoding is CP1251, DB’s tables encoding is CP1251.
In phpMyAdmin I can see russian(cyrilic) symbols in this DB correctly. But in the page(php, after executing SELECT statement) I see only “???”(questions).

I’ve tried to upload DB dump in UTF8, changes encoding of DB to UTF8, and combine any variants of UTF-CP1251 symbiosis.

Result is the same: I still see questions instead of normal russian chars.

There is the code, that allows to see cyrilic chars:

But always writing this two strings… It’s… It’s not right, IMHO.

Any suggestions? :slight_smile: