How does eValid handle character stings that contain special characters?
Thanks for posting your question MichealC.
eValid is built with C++ on Windows and it therefore abides by the C++ conventions for character strings.
The "escape character" is the "\" (backslash) character.
It behaves as you would expect it to.
Here is one page that illustrates how strings are handled: http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... rings.html
Note that some special symbols are converted to/from ASCII as shown in the table on that page.
For example, "blank" is seen as "%20".
That should get you going in the right direction.
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