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Encoding characters for HTML

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I need to convert non-standard characters to their encoded forms for
use in an HTML page. Note that I *don't* mean converting a URI, where
e.g. spaces would become %20 - there are methods for that in the
HttpServerUtility class. I mean converting things like & to & and
the accented 'e' to é.

At a pinch, I don't mind encoding the entities numerically (like
") rather than using their descriptive names, but even so I don't
have the list of exactly which characters require encoding.

Does the .NET Framework offer a way to do this?

Eq.
May 21 '06 #1
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Take a look at HttpUtility.HtmlEncode
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-US/lib...tmlencode.aspx
I hope this helps
Galin Iliev[MCSD.NET]
www.galcho.com

May 21 '06 #2

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Galcho[MCSD.NET] wrote:
Take a look at HttpUtility.HtmlEncode


Just the ticket. Thanks.

Eq.
May 21 '06 #3

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