HTMLEncode problem

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    alexandra Guest

    Default HTMLEncode problem

    For some reason in my program I&#039m not getting user names that end with # to pass through to other pages (example. bill~#). I heard of HTMLEncode, but don&#039t know exactly where to place it in the code so it can work. Can anyone help me? What would the correct snytax be? Thanks!!

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    Ian Stallings Guest

    Default RE: HTMLEncode problem

    If you are passing the data in the URL then you should<BR>use Server.URLEncode(variable) before sending it.<BR><BR>Where variable would be the username.<BR><BR>hope this helps

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    Ian Stallings Guest

    Default RE: HTMLEncode problem

    If you are passing the data in the URL then you should<BR>use Server.URLEncode(variable) before sending it.<BR><BR>Where variable would be the username.<BR><BR>hope this helps

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