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asp .net with JSON string

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Hi -

I have a string that is stored in the format of JSON
i.e {"comment": "Hello this is a comment"}
I grad the string on the server and send it to jquery to parse.
Everything works great until a someone make a comment like this...
- Hello this is a *comment* - i say "this is fun"
This really messes with my JSON string on the front end

Is there a simple way to encode a JSON string?

Thanks

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Question by:doctor069
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You need to escape char like the double quotes : Hello this is a *comment* - i say \"this is fun\"

Check the string section here : http://json.org/
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Thanks but I am not using the NetJSON library on asp .net doesn't Microsoft  have a built in encoder?
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>Thanks but I am not using the NetJSON

why << but >> ?

you need to put a backslash for each reserved character for example with replace : http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/fk49wtc1.aspx

http://www.apacheserver.net/q25415/Replace-double-quotes-in-json-string-with-empty-string 
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by:doctor069
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Downloaded Newtonsoft.Json.Net20.dll and I am using:

Json.JsonConvert.SerializeObject(mystring)

Everything seems to work unless I have a word like don't or shouldn't

I thought SerializeObject would handle the ' an I missing something?
 
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a little short in the solution
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