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Is there any VB script for replacing special characters & symbols like chr(172).
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do u just want to replace a single character?
 in that case:

OutString = Replace(Instring, chr(172), "")

if u want to take off all non-numeric characters, for eg...

jus have a loop like:

i = 1
while i < len(Instring)
if not IsNUmeric(mid(Instring,i,1)) then mid(Instring,i,1) = chr(0)
wend
OutString = Replace(Instring, chr(0), "")


similiarly
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by:micazone
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I need to replace multiple special chracters but unfortunately VB does not recognize some of the charcter codes like ChrW(8220), ChrW(960,962,963).
Can u help please with a suitable script.
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by:micazone
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Thanks,
How to put your code in VB?
Chr(172) not at all being found or replaced by word. Can u solve this please.
Regards
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