[pmwiki-users] Bug squashing--double quotes

Robin Sheat robin at kallisti.net.nz
Wed Sep 20 06:38:11 CDT 2006

On Wednesday 20 September 2006 23:12, The Editor wrote:
> Is there a code replacement for a double quote mark?  Something like
> %0a or %25?  It prevents some input forms from saving data properly,
> and I'd like to tinker with doing a little string replacement.
Hex or HTML escape? Hex is used in URLs and is %22, HTML is "

On a Linux/UNIX machine, 'man ascii' will give you the hex stuff, pages like 
this: http://www.htmlhelp.com/reference/html40/entities/special.html will 
give you the HTML entities.

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