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I'm having a problem with Windows Mobile 2003 and AJAX. I'm using Windows Mobile 2003 because it is the earliest version of Windows Mobile I'm willing to build support for.

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So I want to know if I can append something to the response string so I don't receive an error?

I would hate to have to re-program all the thousands of lines of code I have just because Windows Mobile 2003 isn't working.

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xmlHttp.responseText += "0";

This doesn't work because IE will throw an error since I cannot do anything with "responseText" since IE does not think AJAX is done (even though status = 200, and readyState = 4) because the responseText is too short. I tried it with two characters instead of one, and it started working again, so I know this is the bug.

When responseText is only one character, the typeof(xmlHttp.responseText) is unknown, but when it's at least two characters, it will show the type as "String."

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