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convert UTF8 to readable string

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i have a filed in table with utf8 code data ex:(0068 0065 006C 006C 006F...)
i want to convert  it and show it in readable string ex:(hello).
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it depends on where you want to see it.  If it's in putty, for example, you have to set your terminal to UTF8.  Same thing for the console of the server, e.g. export LANG=en_US.UTF-8.  If it's website you have to set the charset to UTF8, which can be done in the content-type header, e.g. Content-Type: text/html; charset=utf-8
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