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Exporting Subscripts and Superscripts to SQL


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I have a FileMaker Pro database utilizing subscripts and superscripts. When I export this file to a flat text file, the subscripted numbers turn into just plain numbers (e.g. CO2 for the chemical symbol for carbon dioxide).

Is there a way to get this data directly into MS SQL database with super and subscripts intact? If not, I was thinking there may be a way to replace the special characters with the HTML code for sub and superscripts, i.e. E<SUP>3</SUP> or CO<SUB>2</SUB>.

Any and all help is greatly appreciated, thank you.

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