HTML encoded characters missing trailing semi-colon

Version 1.514

Bugfix
Finished

For characters encoded, say: 2 would be encoded like: &50; the semi-colon was not previously added to the end. Oddly, the didn't seem to be an issue for most browsers, why it wasn't caught sooner. Regardless, it was not correct, and is now fixed.

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