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Regex for escaping

My C# code writes out javascript to the page and to do that certain
characters need to be escaped. So if the javascript string shows "Customer:
Bob's Diner" i have to change Bob's to Bob\\'s

i tried writing a regex replace to do this but apparently don't know how.
What i tried was:

string charactersToEscape = @"'\\"; //--- apostrophe and \ for \n
string result = Regex.Replace(text, "[" + charactersToEscape + "]", "\\$1");

The $1 syntax obviously isn't right. i tried a named group like <x> but
apparently don't know the syntax quite right for that either

-baylor

Jul 29 '05 #1
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