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Default Javascript, Msxml2.XMLHTTP - Spanish Characters Pr

I am having issue in displaying some Spanish characters through javascript. Below is an example of string.

Almería|Barcelona|Córdoba


When I use following command, it works fine
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var result = "Almería|Barcelona|Córdoba";
alert(result);

But when string is parsed into xmlHttp.responseText it display invalid characters in between the string

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var result = xmlHttp.responseText;
alert(result);
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You need to specify the ENCODING of the xmlHTTP object *before* you do the open and send.

You need to make that encoding match the encoding used by the site that is producing the text. So you may ALSO need to change that encoding, if you have control of it.

The safest thing to use would be UTF-8, but if you don't have control of the other site you'll have to adapt to what they are sending.
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