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Manage May 20, 2003

Entering unicode characters

This tip describes entering unicode characters on a Domino system. Continue Reading


Problem solve Nov 26, 2002

New SAP character set

When you define a new SAP character set, you must keep in mind that these characters need extra attention. Continue Reading


Manage Aug 09, 2002

Unique characters in passwords

Prevent characters from being repeated in random password generation. Continue Reading


Problem solve Jan 24, 2002

Remove invalid characters

This tip teaches you how to remove invalid characters. Continue Reading


Get started Feb 07, 2007

Character string data types

There are four different character data types that store character strings: char, varchar, varchar(max), and text. There are also four character data types for storing unicode data: nchar, nvarchar, nvarchar(max) ... Continue Reading


Manage Dec 14, 2004

Return ASCII character

This simple agent allows the user to enter that character, either by copy/paste or by typing, and then returns that ASCII value. Continue Reading


By Chip Milosch Problem solve Oct 20, 2005

Saving escape characters

One user writes, "How can I send escape characters to a network printer to change the font, orientation, etc? We currently do this with a printer interface module using "passthrough". When we try to send escape ... Continue Reading


Problem solve May 11, 2010

Special characters in XAML

XAML files are a form of XML. As such, they have to follow the rules of XML. There is one XML rule that can cause trouble when working with strings within attributes in XAML, known as special character. Continue Reading


Problem solve Apr 01, 2002

Hex characters in Client Access

You can use the following marco if you know the EBCDIC value for any character. Continue Reading


By Mike Ault Problem solve Aug 29, 2005

Input truncated to one character

When executing SQL or PL/SQL programs a message like "input truncated to one character" is displayed. What is that? Continue Reading