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in my programs I am sending the user to a php page and depending on the result is what page they refresh too and as you can see there is the eid=$id variable in the url $id is = to 1echo "<meta http-equiv=\"refresh\" content=\"2; url=/work_projects/apt/appt.php?mode=apptsb&eid=$id>\"";is there any reason anyone knows of why '%3E' would possibly come up when the meta refresh happens?see below:http://localhost/work_projects/apt/appt.ph...sb&eid=1%3Eeverytime you submit the form and you return to the page another %3E will show up like this http://localhost/work_projects/apt/appt.ph...mp;eid=1%3E1%3Ehttp://localhost/work_projects/apt/appt.ph...eid=1%3E1%3E%3E

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I found the problem, echo "<meta http-equiv=\"refresh\" content=\"2; url=/work_projects/apt/appt.php?mode=apptsb&eid=$id>\"";should beecho "<meta http-equiv=\"refresh\" content=\"2; url=/work_projects/apt/appt.php?mode=apptsb&eid=$id\">";but I would still like to know what %3E means, is it the special charactors for the > sign?

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