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pike.git/lib/modules/Sql.pmod/mysql.pike:302:   //! @expr{character_set_results@} if unicode decode mode isn't   //! enabled.   //!   //! @note   //! The MySQL @expr{latin1@} charset is close to Windows   //! @expr{cp1252@}. The difference from ISO-8859-1 is a bunch of   //! printable chars in the range @expr{0x80..0x9f@} (which contains   //! control chars in ISO-8859-1). For instance, the euro currency   //! sign is @expr{0x80@}.   //! - //! You can use the @expr{mysql-latin1@} encoding in the - //! @[Locale.Charset] module to do conversions, or just use the - //! special @expr{"unicode"@} charset instead. + //! You can use the @expr{mysql-latin1@} encoding in the @[Charset] + //! module to do conversions, or just use the special + //! @expr{"unicode"@} charset instead.   //!   //! @seealso   //! @[get_charset], @[set_unicode_encode_mode], @[set_unicode_decode_mode]   {    charset = lower_case (charset);       CH_DEBUG("Setting charset to %O.\n", charset);       int broken_unicode = charset == "broken-unicode";    if (broken_unicode) charset = "unicode";