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Replace all instances

Hello, I'm trying to replace all instances of, for example, the > sign in a string.

I know I can do a string.replace(">",">").  But this only replaces once instance.  What is the best way that I can replace all instances?

I've tried, but for some reason its not working and my text has alot of amp; in it after its done processing.

foreach (char c in value)
   {
       value = Replace(">", ">");
   }
ASP.NETC#

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michael1174

8/22/2022 - Mon
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michael1174

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HttpServerUtility.HtmlEncode is exactly what I needed, thank you.
michael1174

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Hello, I am using the Server.HtmlEncode but for some reason if a wierd string like "!@#$%^&*()_+-={}|[]\:";'<>?,./" (without the quotes) is passed in, the html is not structured correctly.

Do you have any other suggestions?
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