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The library function $$HTML^DILF can encode or decode a string to and from HTML, used within FileMan to pack a value containing embedded ^s into a ^-delimited string. Encoding increases the length of the string. If encoding would cause the length to exceed the portable string length limit, $$HTML^DILF instead returns this error.
The value |1| is too long to encode into HTML.
'1' means Value.
Reviewed/Updated: March 4, 2007