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Jan 3, 2007

I have a custom object named #cdata-section, however I am unable to
access this object and get a run time "Illegal Character" javascript
error. my object looks like this:

data.news.story[i].body.#cdata-section

The pound sign is causing problems. How can I use this object in my
javascript source? Right now I'm trying something like this to escape
the pound sign:

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however, that doesn't work, any ideas?

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Problem:

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