In my akka http app I receive a lot of errors like this one:
Illegal request-target: Invalid input 'v', expected HEXDIG (line 1, column 72)
It happens when I simply add a '%' character to the URL. In this case akka exoects a hex value.
Is it possible to somehow 'clean up' or encode/ignore such characters?
I have an ASP.Net Core web api.I use the IUrlHelper.Action to generate a fully qualified URL. When I pass
Østjylland - Copy%*
It escapes the Ø and the whitespaces but not the *
Acording to the documentation
No characters should be escaped. Why does this happen? Do I really have to use WebUtility to first decode the url from UrlHelper and then encode it again with WebUtility to escape all the special characters?
I´ve googled a lot, but I wasn´t able to find a solution to my problem. I need to encode a mailto: link with subject and body to UTF-8 in java.
The body consists of plain text
Is there any method which encodes:
Thank you for your help!
I have the following form:
<form action="/example.com/search" method="get" id="frm_Search"><input type="text" name="search_text" placeholder=" Keyword..."> </form>
When form is submited with example keyword "space cat", my landing page becomes following url:
But I want it to be
I googled it but couldn't find a proper solution.
I am trying to display the gliphs for a currencies by using either the html format or unicode one. By using the former I tried all sorts of operations including:
stringByReplacingPercentEscapesUsingEncoding but none of them succeded in turning € into a euro sign. With Unicode the issue was slightly better as:
NSString *aStr = [NSString stringWithUTF8String:[@"\u20ac" UTF8String]];
actually prints a euro sign, but for I reason I do not understand, if I provide the string as the result of a method, the unicode code gets displayed instead.
What is the standard way for displaying euro, dollar or pounds signs in a UILbel?