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I got an error msg while doing a process on my website.

and i want to present that error msg to the user.

i am giving the whole error msg below.

when i am doing response.write then i am not getting the error msg string on the page.
any one could help me out here
this is the actual error msg
 
\"\0\" is an unexpected token. The expected token is \">\". Line 34176, position 29
 
 
 
and i am trying to do 
 
string r = "ErrorMsg = '\"\0\" is an unexpected token. The expected token is \">\". Line 34176, position 29.'";
 
 
        Response.Write(r);
 
and i am getting this as the output
 
ErrorMsg = '"

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I get this as the message when I execute your code :

ErrorMsg = '"" is an unexpected token. The expected token is ">". Line 34176, position 29.'

The one thing I can think of is that \0 is being recognized as an 'End of string' character.  What is the textual output you want to write ? Why do you have \0 in your error string ?
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Pratima Pharande earned 90 total points
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try this

  string r = @"ErrorMsg = \""\0\"" is an unexpected token. The expected token is \"">\"". Line 34176, position 29";


            Response.Write(r);
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