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Shreeram Kumar
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Hi there,

In my JSP i cannot get to display the character : (tilted double quote) which is displayed as a ? (question mark)

My page header is as follows :




Another thing is that if i change the header as below the page is not getting displayed at all : (this is the setting that i use to get the tilted quote character displayed on another JSP)



 
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Grabbing the text of you post, that quote appears to have the hex value 94 = 148 decimal

From this ISO 8859-1 page

ISO-8859-1 explicitly does not define displayable characters for positions 0-31 and 127-159, and the HTML standard does not allow those to be used for displayable characters. The only characters in this range that are used are 9, 10 and 13, which are tab, newline and carriage return respectively. If you attempt to display these invalid characters on your own system, you may find some characters displayed there, but please do not assume that other users will see the same thing (or even anything at all) on their systems.


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Thanks for the reply .... But still i'm not able to solve the solution yet ...


Please help ..
 
Shreeram Kumar
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Solved the issue ...

It was because the charset was defined at two places in the same page ...

One in the page header .. and another in a page that was imported ...
 
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