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Quatation displayed as '?'. Why?

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We have developed one application which calls a text from the database and displays it on the panel.  The problem is that
 when displaying on the panel, all the quotation marks (') are being displayed as '?'.  Even though it is correct in the database.  Is it because of browser or JDK?  We are using Netscape Navigator 4.0 browser and JDK 1.02 version.
Any clarifications or suggestions or comments are welcome.
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Come on!, is there no one who can answer this question?  If you hesistating about the points, I will increase them provided I get the correct answer.

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Jdbc programs in JDK 1.1 atleast are giving out the correct results. You can know if the problem is with Netscape by starting the program in appletviewer . Why not move to JDK 1.1 ??
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