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BCP and accented characters

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When exporting a table with BCP, accented characters (é, è, à, etc.) don't go through. I get commas or little squares and such. How can this be solved?

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JF
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 320 total points
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you have to use some flags like:
bcp <...> -w  
to use UNICODE caracters.

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That made it! Thanks a lot! Especially for the quick answer.

JF
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