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how show the quotation <input type = "text"  nale = "d" value=" he said,"I love you" " >?

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IN ASP I know method server.HTMLEncode(). but in JSP??
any help?
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by:laoyaobest
ID: 12362037
<html>
<head>

</head>

<body>

<input type="text" name="non_operation" value="he said,"I love you" ">

</body>
</html>
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by:rrz
ID: 12365366
> but in JSP??
No, just plain java. Use the static methods in the  java.net   package.
URLEncoder.encode(inputString,"UTF-8")
URLDecoder(encodedString,"UTF-8")
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by:krishnaashu
ID: 12367546


try this


<input type = 'text'  nale = 'd' value=' he said,"I love you" ' >


this will print never use "(double quotes) in html always use '(single quotes)

regds

Krish
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by:TimYates
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> never use "(double quotes) in html always use '(single quotes)

Errr...  that solves it for double quotes, but what about:

<input type = 'text'  nale = 'd' value=' he'd said,"I love you" ' >

Basically, what everyone else said is the best way forward...encode your string :-)
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by:Kjarrialberts
ID: 12376504
If you're talking about what I think you're talking about then you can use backslash (\) to have the html ignore the qoutation mark.

like so:

<input type="text" nale="d" value="he said \"I love you\"">

this, of course, also works with apostrophes (') or anything else.
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by:laoyaobest
ID: 12486550
I will try it tomrrow.
I need to solve both /*value=' he said,"I love you" ' */ and  /*value=' he'd said,"I love you" ' */
So I must encode my string.
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