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Merge tags:

  1. 1st group

    x 132

    x 62

    x 16 (Target)

  2. 2nd Group

    x 307 (Target)

    x 126

  3. 3rd Group

    x 115

    x 20 (Target)

Out of these groups only one tag in group should be present. Merge each group into one tag (Target) and give others as synonyms.

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I've merged:

I didn't want to touch the group because could be referring to the HttpServerUtility.HtmlEncode method and requires further review.

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It may have been a minor mistake to merge htmlentities with the -entity and -entities tags; the hypehenless one matches a PHP function name, while the other two discuss the actual entities. I don't think too many people are going to care, but some might. – Charles Aug 1 '12 at 16:25
@Charles FUUUUUUUU. We need to look for html-entities with php - Any of these look wrong? – casperOne Aug 1 '12 at 16:53
@casperOne: Then can we merge htmlencode into html-encode? – Somnath Muluk Aug 1 '12 at 16:55
@SomnathMuluk No, that wouldn't make sense, because there are questions with html-encode that are on non ASP.NET questions. – casperOne Aug 1 '12 at 16:56
@casperOne, none of them look wrong really, as questions about the htmlentities function are almost always going to be discussing HTML entities. It's just that a function name was clobbered here. That said, we don't really need a tag for every function in every language. – Charles Aug 1 '12 at 19:06
@Charles I'm generally of that disposition as well, as most function names can be too specific. – casperOne Aug 1 '12 at 19:36

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