Tried decoding a
url-encoded string in the following way
some_string = 'FireShot3%2B%25282%2529.png'import urllibres = urllib.unquote(some_string).decode()resu'FireShot3+%282%29.png'
Original string is
FireShot3 (2).png. Any help would be appreciated.
urllib.unquote_plus(urllib.unquote_plus(some_string)) due to double encoding.
I have a string with unicode characters in it (Korean characters) in C#.
That string should pass through C++ and then to Java.
Input String in C# wil be
When Unicode string gets passed as such i am getting '?' in the Java side. I tried to use
The resultant string is
My String gets converted to % encoded UTF-8 characters(if i m not wrong). This string will get passed to C++ and then finally to Java.
In Java side when i display in to the User i use URLDecoder function there and I get the Korean characters back..!
My question is.. Is this a efficient and correct approach to deal with Unicode Characters.? Or is there any other simplest way to handle this.?
My string can also be little big one.. with more than 1000 characters in it. Will URLEncode and Decode work under processing Huge strings tooo?
My database stores the following value
I'm trying to decode this as the %0A represents a new line
The following make no difference to the string
@Server.HtmlDecode(item.Detail) @System.Net.WebUtility.HtmlDecode(item.Detail) @HttpUtility.HtmlDecode(item.Detail)
Using all of these shows
I'm hoping to achieve the following from within my view using Razor
I need to parse a URL string like this one:
I need to split the NSString up into the signle parts like
&avg_rating=4.82280613104. I've been doing this with
substringWithRange: but the values return in a random order, so that messes it up. Is there any class that allows easy parsing where you can basically convert it to NSDictionary to be able to read the value for a key (for example ValueForKey:
cid should return
241). Or is there just another easier way to parse it than using
NSMakeRange to get a substring?