Hi, I'm writing an app that needs to encrypt data before it is sent over the web. (I'm sending xml requests). My encryption formula just converts the ASCII character to a number, increments it a certain amount and then converts it back to a char. Since the data is contained in an xml shell, and xml data can't contain "<", I need to bump up the ASCII character by around 30 or 40 (to make sure it won't break). Are there any problems with transmitting high ASCII characters through the web? It doesn't appear so, but I was just wonder if others have done this. Thanks.