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Code used for the HTML head content section

I want to write the following line of code in the HTML header of the form &ltmeta http-equiv ="Content-Type" content ="text/html; charset =x-user-defined"> While writing this in the HTML header it gives an error by highlighting http in red as "An operator or semicolon was expected but encountered: 'http." Please tell me the way how to over come this problem. I want this code to execute in the beginning.
If I understand correctly, that you are trying to place this code in the HTML Head Content section of a form, the following code works for me:

&ltCODE> "&ltmeta http-equiv ="Content-Type" content ="text/html; charset=x-user-defined">"; </CODE>

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