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Message Posted: Fri, 21 Dec 2001 @ 08:37:29 GMT
You are correct, this sounds like the same issue I had a couple of weeks ago and it is because of the way Queryman converts the value. Queryman uses ASCII which does not support the £ sign. If you are entering values manually via Queryman it will then convert to x'7F' (") and it is this values that is unreadable when exported to file and translated to x'65'.
If you persist with using Queryman to input the values I found that substituting a '$' for '£' in the text description would export to file as a '£' sign??
For further details I have appended the old thread below
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