Hi there..what u actually want to do with the double quotes?<BR>please elaborate? if you want to have a string with the double quotes as a part of it...then you can refer to this website..very useful...<BR>http://www.aspfaqs.com/aspfaqs/ShowFAQ.asp?FAQID=27
the command is not char(39) or char(34) it's chr(34) or chr(39). I use it all the time to put quotes on a page or in replace strings. Here is some code where I have used chr().<BR><BR>LinkText = Replace(LinkText,"'>",CHR(34)&">")< BR><BR>InStr(1,LinkText,CHR(34)&"></A>",1)<BR><BR>The above lines are in a program (they don't belong together)...the first line looks for links that are formatted like this <a href='whatever'> and changes the '> to "> (I automatically put a " after the a href= in the begining.<BR><BR>The second line looks for a blank link (you would have a "></A> in a blank link).