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hi, there
My criteriaFind()works fine with most of string pair (for instance: "Origin airport=SFO, Destination airport=LAX, Day=Tue")except "Carrier=...., Pirce=... which i foud out there is some special character following these values when i print out the records(I print out all the record to a file, from which i identify the special character just following Carrier,Price, Duration and Available seat's values).
I think the special character make my criteriaFind()not working well.
Has everyone met this situation before and how do you deal with it?
Thanks in advance....
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try to use trim() and encoding.
 
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