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Passing accents

 
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Hello there people,
I've create a web page that takes information from an applet (which some of the times has accents) , but when I click on the order button in the first web page, a second page opens and is basically has the same information. But for some strange reason when the strings get passed to the second page all the accents come back in ascii code.
For example in the first page I have "�cole", then in the second page the string looks like "@/cole".
Has anybody seen this before???
 
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sorry I forgot to say .... the problem is in IE, in Netscape it works fine
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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