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Hi,
   I got a data like "t&m" and I store this value in the sql server.
It is getting stored as "t&m" correctly. when I receive the data in asp.net, I displayed the data using Response.Write to check the value
it displays as t&m correctly.
   The problem is that when I assign the value to a textbox it is getting displayed as t&m in the textbox.
   I should get only t&m in the textbox.
   How to solve this problem.
   Can anyone help me.


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hi,
this is Shakti, i work as a Software Programmer.

i think u should try to convert that value to string before assigning it to textbox.
Lets consider that u have a that value t&m
put that value in

string str=t&m;
textBox1.text=Convert.toString(str);

try this,
hope this works.
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It sounds like this value is getting HtmlEncoded somewhere along the time. You might need to HtmlDecode it before you put it in the textbox.

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Hi,
  Shakti I tried with your idea.
The same problem exists.
But Peter is correct, the values are getting encoded somewhere.
When I use HTMLDecode it works fine.
Thank you guys for your help.




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 string str = "t&m";
 this.TextBox1.Text = str;

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