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Converting/Rendering HTML Special Characters.

Posted on 2006-06-20
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Here my concern folx:
is there a function in ASP/VB.NET or elsewhere that will render special HTML characters.
Basically i'm looking for a magic fuction that will  return "shanté & Mórris"
when MagicFunction ("shanté & Mórris") is called.
I hope you get the idea...

holler
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Hi the_bachelor,

I'm a PHP programmer that just loves to use htmlentities(), but I did a quick search on Google. From http://forums.asp.net/thread/892355.aspx, we can see that you can use

Server.HtmlEncode("string")

if you have ASP.NET

I don't know if there is anything native like that for ASP itself though...

Regards,
Ted
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Sweet Deal. Works like a charm
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Just in case anybody would land on this. I was looking for Server.HtmlDecode("string").
many thanks to Zyloch
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