[thelist] .NET [C#], DropDownList, HTMLEncode

Chris at globet.com Chris at globet.com
Thu Sep 7 09:26:33 CDT 2006


> Sorry if this has already been suggested, but have you tried 
> designating your input as a verbatim string literal? You do 
> so by putting an @ before the leading  double quote like so:

No joy :(


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