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Al16utf16  is the subset of which character set. Actually I need to change my current al16utf16 character to UTF8 character set. I really appreciate your help thanks in advance
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I believe the globalization docs have a table that shows them.
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I cannot find a list of super/subsets for al16utf16.

Here's the doc link I was thinking that had them listed.  It has some super/subsets listed:

http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E11882_01/server.112/e10729/applocaledata.htm#i635016
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