Hello, Thank you for developing SQLite! However, I found the precompiled sqlite shell for windows which is downloaded from offical site (sqlite-tools-win32-x86-3340100.zip), can't open db files with unicode characters in its file name. Steps to reproduce: 1. Create a test database 'test.db' 2. Rename 'test.db' to '你好世界.db' (or try some strange names such as emojis) 3. Try to open '你好世界.db' with sqlite shell and do some query. What happened: 1. If the unicode char in filename can be represented in current code page: The shell will silently create a new db file named '�������.db' and operate on that new file. 2. If the unicode char in filename can't be represented in current code page: The shell will try to create a new db file named '????.db' and say filename is illegal. My thoughts: It's seems like unicode file name support in sqlite shell is broken. Although I found shell.c uses wmain() and is unicode aware, it seems the precompiled binary continue to use the ANSI versions of API. May be unicode support isn't compiled in?