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Topic: how do you convert html character entity references...
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 86384
From: jimward123
Date: 4/17/2003 11:09 PM

to fdf representations? For instance, html represents the backward double quote as ″ I want to convert this to the fdf representation of \215.

Is there an easy way to do this programatically for the basic list of references?

Just to give you some background, the app I'm working with is a JAVA based web app that has on online form, which is in html, and saves it to a database which has a character encoding of Cp850, so the special characters are saved as the html references. Later, then data is retrieved from the database into FDF form using the FDFToolkit for JAVA.

Thanks for any help.
Jim


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