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Handle Special character in App.config file

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Please let me know how to handle the special character (& - ampersand) in configuration file
in dot net
<add key="PublicFolderPath" value="\\Public Folders\All Public Folders\Function Information\Operations & Information"/>

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Can you use '&amp;'
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