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Web Service, Input with Punctuation

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 15, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 
Hello everyone! I hope you're all having a nice week so far. I'm trying to call a web service and the passed string may have punctuation, depending on what the user types in. I currently have an HTML textbox and a jQuery call to the .NET web service.  I definitely think the string with punctuation fails because jQuery will send the string wrong, so I tried a few different javascript encoding functions I could find.  I was never able to encode it successfully and decode it in .NET, saving the string with punctuation.   Basically I have a textbox that a user can update their status in.  If the user wants to use punctuation, I'd like them to be able to.  How can I accomplish this with jQuery and .NET?


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