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Rene Larsen
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I'm getting this error in my "Sent Private Messages" section, and it is not going away with a reload of the page.
Error

An error has occured:

Can't find string terminator '"' anywhere before EOF at /home/vhost1/saloon.javaranch.com/vroot/cgi-bin/ubb/Members/pm_topics/W/00030587.cgi line 24.

Usually problems like this go away when you reload the page. If not, please inform the board administration of this error so that they may fix the problem. Thank you!


Does anyone know how to fix this error??
 
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I will check it out for you. Hang on...
 
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Thanks Ernest, the errors are now gone
 
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Hi,

I fixed your PM inbox, but unfortunately could only do it by removing some portions of two PMs. I've never seen this happen before, but the code you were discussing in those PMs contained some very unusual character sequences which are used as marker sequences within our bulletin board's software. Let me know if you have any further trouble.
 
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but the code you were discussing in those PMs contained some very unusual character sequences which are used as marker sequences within our bulletin board's software.

What kind of character has it??

I only know of some backslashes - beside 'normal' code.
 
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