Does anyone know of any good C++ code that does this?
I've got a string like "foo%20bar" and I want "foo bar" out of it.
I know there's got to be a built-in function to decode a URL-encoded string (query string) in Emacs Lisp, but for the life of me I can't find it today, either in my lisp/ folder or with google.
Anybody remember what it's called?
I need to run a query against a legacy table that stores URL encoded text. I need this text to be decoded in my results. How do I achieve this?
In Firefox when I send a GET request with parameters in Russian, the URL in the GET request looks like
That does not look like what PHP urlencode() is supposed to return. I would expect that function to return what a browser would encode.... no? So what is the term for that type of encoding that the browser did (
&#nnnn;)? Is it not URL encoding?
On the server/PHP side, how can I decode that encoded word to the original language so I could save the original word in the database in a readable form? Is it possible to do without knowing the original language (Russian in my case) - since I may send GET requests with other languages.
I have noticed that if I save those encoded words without any changes in the database, and then display these encoded strings in a web page, the browser knows by itself how to decode them back to the original language. Why does the browser do this decoding automatically? Can I control it?
How can I decode an encoded URL parameter using C#?
For example, take this URL: