Writing Buffer Data With DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE Results in an Upside Down Question Mark with Multibyte Data Stored in an NVARCHAR2 Column Type
Last updated on MARCH 20, 2013
Applies to:PL/SQL - Version 10.2.0.5 and later
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Writing buffer data With DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE results in an upside down question mark (¿) with multibyte data stored in an NVARCHAR2 column type and the database character set is non-unicode.
create table mymultitest (c1 nvarchar2(50));
insert into mymultitest values(unistr('\6211'));
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