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how to double quote a control?

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 13, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 How would I put quotes on the DataLink control so it outputs "\ \computer\folder" (i put a space in there between the \\ so it would show up) instead of just \\computer\folder   it generates a link but if the folder name has a space it in the link breaks so i am trying to put double quotes on it so it creates a link even if there are spaces.  Dim DataLink As New TextBox DataLink = FormViewDC1.FindControl("CDR_Data_LinkTextBox") mail.Body = "Your CDR ID#" & cdrID.Text & " status has been updated to: " & Status.Text & "<br /><br />" & "Data Location:<br />" & DataLink.Text & "<br /><br />" & "Comments:<br />" & Comments.Text & "<br /><br />This is an automatically generated email, please do not reply."  

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