Is your code saved in UTF-8, and does your server send it under a Content-type 
header including that charset? yourString.gsub('$','£') should just work as 
long as your surrounding page is Unicode.

Walter

On Apr 19, 2012, at 9:13 AM, Edward Nygma wrote:

> I am having this symbol returned in the browser: �
> 
> When replacing the '$' in string literal to '£' in my code.
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