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I want to insert Indian rupees symbol (that is with the tild symbol form keyboard) in sql server and than will reterive from SQL server tro asp.net web page.
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Amandeep Singh Bhullar earned 200 total points
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If the same character is as Unicode, then you need to take a DataType as nVarchar
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Save that sysmbol in database using unicode (nvarchar). and on asp.net you will have to use that found for indian rupee symbol. Remember this font should be available on client computer.
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