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Old July 20th, 2003, 04:50 AM
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Default unwanted &nsbp; being saved

Hi all.
VB.NET Web App with SQL Server 2000 backend

When I click on the edit button in a datagrid, another form is loaded (with textboxes, checkboxlist, dropdownlist, etc) for data entry.
&nsbp; is displayed in the textbox fields that were left blank. Does anyone know how to code it so that it does not display the &nsbp; when the user views/edits the record?
Thank you,

Old July 22nd, 2003, 08:13 PM
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Can you please post a sample of your form code? I also suggest you look into the System.Web.HttpUtility namespace for the HtmlEncode and HtmlDecode methods.


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