Re: What does this code stand for?

Subject: Re: What does this code stand for?
From: John Newman <weblists -at- newman6 -dot- net>
To: John Posada <jposada99 -at- gmail -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 18 May 2012 10:29:49 -0400

Non-breaking space.

On 5/18/2012 10:28 AM, John Posada wrote:

Hi, guys...

I'm using an awful web authoring front-end that I have to use in some
instances, and it liberally populates the HTML code with the following:


It serves no use, it has no impact if I remove it, but it does get in the
way if I'm doing a search in the application because it will put them in

Anyway, anyone know what this signifies in HTML?

BTW...there is no option to have the supplier of the application make
changes, so don't even go there.

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