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olympus41 (IS/IT--Management) (OP)
29 Apr 06 20:12

     I am currently working on learning HTML programming, and I have noticed programming contain "&AMP" in the coding.  Could someone please tell me what this means and what the purpose of it is?

Thank you,

Xaqte (IS/IT--Management)
29 Apr 06 20:38
This is part of the HTML Character Entity Set:


amp             &       Ampersand

Take a look at the link for a lot more....
don't for get the ";" at the end!

nissan240zx (Programmer)
30 Apr 06 9:42
Hey Olympus,
Check this link -


A good programmer is someone who looks both ways before crossing a one-way street. - Doug Linder

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