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Doug Kadlecek
Interests: Programming, Basketball, Swimming, Hiking, Sudoku, Acting, Singing
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I found a way around this problem by loading a string from the url with windows-1252 encoding, coverting it to a data object, converting it back to a UTF-8 string, then parsing the string. Thanks to this article for setting me straight: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/525001/parsing-a-url-from-xml-with-amp-in-it
Hi Kanu, Unfortunately, I cannot post the exact source files, as they were created for a client. That being said, if you put the two functions listed above in an AS class (e.g. ProfanityFilter.as), you should be good to go (you'll also need a resource bundle(s) with the entry: chat_Blacklist=word1, word2, ...). You can get a list of profanity words on the internet. Here's a link to a good source list: http://www.jivesoftware.com/jivespace/docs/DOC-1906 Good luck! d