vw98034 (25) [Avatar] Offline
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I just find the auto-completion with Java code array generation from the book doesn't function with a text containing the quotation mark. What is a right approach to solve this problem?
bear.bibeault (675) [Avatar] Offline
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Re: Auto-completion Doesn't Work With a Text Containing the Quotation Mark
You could try HTML-encoding the quotes.
vw98034 (25) [Avatar] Offline
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Re: Auto-completion Doesn't Work With a Text Containing the Quotation Mark
Thanks Bear for your suggestion.

I try to replace the double quotation market with "& q u o t ;" (all blank space shall be removed). The good thing is that the item shows up. The bad thing is that it comes with "& q u o t ;" (all blank space shall be removed), but not a quotation mark.

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bear.bibeault (675) [Avatar] Offline
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Re: Auto-completion Doesn't Work With a Text Containing the Quotation Mark
Hmmm, I suspect the code wasn't written with escaping in mind (I try to keep the examples simple enough to exhibit the concept without a lot of fluff). I'll have to take a look at the code (but not this week -- things are crazy busy!)
mraj (104) [Avatar] Offline
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Re: Auto-completion Doesn't Work With a Text Containing the Quotation Mark
Might a ';' at the end of quot work?

-- Mark
vw98034 (25) [Avatar] Offline
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Re: Auto-completion Doesn't Work With a Text Containing the Quotation Mark
Actually, I did have the ';'.

BTW, I have been trying other solutions without a luck so far.

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vw98034 (25) [Avatar] Offline
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Re: Auto-completion Doesn't Work With a Text Containing the Quotation Mark
Any program on this issue yet?