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Old October 19th, 2005, 09:50 PM
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Default "Microsoft®" --> "Microsoft®"

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I'm trying to convert this string "Microsoft®" into this
string "Microsoft®".

Any suggestions...

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Ugly:

string strt = "Microsoft®";

string[] root = strt.Split('&');
string[] tmp = root[1].Split('#');
string[] tmpp = tmp[1].Split(';');

char spch = (char) ( int.Parse(tmpp[0].ToString()) );

TextBox1.Text = root[0] + spch.ToString();

Any other suggestions...

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