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Hebrew characters in the code behind files are ??????

Posted on 2008-06-12
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when I use hebrew characters in the aspx page it looks OK.
But in the aspx.vb file (code behind) it looks ????????

I am using <globalization uiCulture="auto" culture="auto"/> in the web.config.

The problem is only in the code behind file.
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in Visual Studio , click on "File" menu and then choose "Advanced Save Options". In new window, select "Unicode (UTF-8 with signature) - Codepage 65001" as "Encoding". Then click Ok.
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Thanks, it works.
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