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Old March 6th, 2004, 12:47 PM
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I use Microsoft Visual InterDev 6.0 and try use different (Russian for example) characters and save them in ASP Files, but program does'nt let me .It tells me to save in "unicode asp file", but that is not working with IE. When I save in "ASP file" text looks like "??????.."
I LOOKED AT MANY FORUMS ALL POSTES WITHOUT RESPONSE

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I don't use Interdev but in Visual studio you need to save as and choose the correct encoding. Have you tried searching Google groups for 'saving unicode files interdev' as your query?

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Everyone just asks. No replies...

 
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Hello,
Not really sure what you expect, but your posts were only 20 minutes apart. I assume most people on this, or any other forum for that matter, do other things besides monitor the forums. I think you should try to excerise a little more patience. It is unlikely that someone would want to help you if you pose your questions in such a confrontational way.

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krstofer: I think you misunderstood him. He was asked if he had tried a certain search, and he replied that he was doing it right then. I think he meant that all he could find was people asking questions and that no one had any answers.




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