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Hi Everyone,

I have a string which contains the character ". The problem is anywhere the " comes in the code takes it as a termination of the String and the rest of the string is ignored and hence its causing an error! For example i have to put this value in a string:

<td >CP Name</td>

The " characters are causing a problem!
 
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Somehow the text after td isnt coming in the post well just wanted to let you know that after the "td" there is:
 
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You need to use escape characters
 
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Hi Somnath,

From the core java side when we want " character in a string we can do it as follows using the escape character.

String s = "\"Hello\" said Nina".
System.out.println(s);

The output will be -------"Hello" said Nina
 
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Suhas,
Please go easy on the color as it makes the text harder to read.
 
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Thanks for the reply.
 
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Ok sure.. i will keep the color black itself
 
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