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Hi

I need to display "åäö" characters in TEXT BOX, but when I execute the page "åäö" characters are converted into "åäö åäö åäö" characters.

What should I do to resolve this issue.

Following is the Header Content Meta Tag which I am using:
meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1"

Please advice.

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Have you tried using escape codes?

Here is a list:
http://mrpip.orcon.net.nz/href/asciichar.html

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Thanks for your reply. How can I use a loop to replace latin letters to HTML codes (i.e Decimal values)??

Please advice.

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I've never used it, myself.. but try the function Server.HTMLEncode to do the trick

ex. Server.HTMLEncode (VariableName)

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