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Top Forums Programming Issue with Keyboard or Char Encoding During Migration Post 303046205 by Neo on Tuesday 28th of April 2020 12:38:51 AM
Here some clues about this:

mysql - Trouble with UTF-8 characters; what I see is not what I stored - Stack Overflow

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/...-utf-8characte

Some suggest code like this:


Code:
$final = str_replace("Â", "", $final);
$final = str_replace("’", "'", $final);
$final = str_replace("“", '"', $final);
$final = str_replace('â€', '-', $final);
$final = str_replace('â€', '"', $final);

I will try this on staging server today.

Issue with Keyboard or Char Encoding During Migration-screen-shot-2020-04-28-114448-amjpg


Anyone have any good or better ideas?

Note: Actually, this kinda' fun in a perverted kinda' way. LOL
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ghi - command-line interface to the GitHub Issues API SYNOPSIS
ghi command [arguments] [options] DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the ghi command. ghi is a command-line interface to the GitHub Issues API. It can be used to access all of GitHub's documented Issues API (v2) functionality from the command line: open, close and manipulate issues. If no command is given, the default action is list. If a number is given instead, the default action is show. COMMANDS
list [ -s open|closed|all ] Show open, closed or all issues (choose with -s, see below). Default is open. show number Show issue number. This command can be invoked also as ghi <number>. open [ number ], o [ number ] Create a new issue, and launch $EDITOR. If number is given, reopens that issue. open -m message, o -m message Create a new issue with message content (optionally, use for new lines; first line will be the issue title). close number, c number Closes issue number. edit number, e number Edit issue number with $EDITOR. label add|remove label number Add or remove label to/from issue number. You can use al or rl instead of, respectively, label add and label remove. search term, s term Search for term. comment number, m number Create a comment for issue number (with $EDITOR). OPTIONS
-h, --help Show summary of options. -v, --verbose Show issue details (only for show, list and search commands). Default is false. -V, --version Show program's version number and exit. -s STATE, --state=STATE Specify state (only for list and search (except "all") commands). Choices are: open (o), closed (c), all (a). Default is open. -r REPO, --repo=REPO, --repository=REPO Specify a repository. The format: "user/repo" or just "repo" (latter will get the user from the global git config). -w, --web, --webbrowser Show issue(s) GitHub page in web browser (only for list and show commands). Default is false. AUTHOR
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