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sign not ? mark

Hello group,

I am using ("Microsoft.XMLHTTP") to grab content from a site and display it
on my site, the issue I have and have had for weeks now is that on the
original page the sign "" exists and when I get it to my site it is
displayed as a "?".

If I find the ASC code for the ? and replace on that it still does not work
:-(((

I have tryed all the usual method of fixing this with no success...

anybody had this issue or know where I might start to look to fix it ???

Regards
Graham Mattingley
Jul 19 '05 #1
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Graham Mattingley wrote:
Hello group,

I am using ("Microsoft.XMLHTTP") to grab content from a site and
display it on my site, the issue I have and have had for weeks now is
that on the original page the sign "" exists and when I get it to my
site it is displayed as a "?".

If I find the ASC code for the ? and replace on that it still does
not work :-(((

I have tryed all the usual method of fixing this with no success...

anybody had this issue or know where I might start to look to fix it
???

Regards
Graham Mattingley


Have you tried replacing it with "£" before displaying it?

Bob Barrows

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Jul 19 '05 #2
Hi,

Why dont you just replace the symbol with £

This should do the trick.

Regards,
-surajIT
Jul 19 '05 #3

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