I have the following code:
String a1 = "gùt";String a2 = "gùt";
When I do
URLEncoder.encode(a1, "UTF-8")URLEncoder.encode(a2, "UTF-8")
I am receiving different results. How is this possible?I was counting on the fact that I am receiving the same result. Is there a way I can use the encoder and get the same result for the same string value?
I'm looking for a (fast) standard implementation for base64url according to RFC4648 in C#.
HttpServerUtility.UrlTokenEncode but it looks like this doesn't follow RFC4648 (UrlTokenEncode adds a number at the end which indicates the number of
= signs that were removed; see here and here).
Convert.ToBase64String(System.Text.Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes("AA")); //returns "QUE="
HttpServerUtility.UrlTokenEncode(System.Text.Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes("AA")); //returns "QUE1" but I would expect "QUE"
When I read the xml through a URL's InputStream, and then cut out everything except the url, I get "http://cliveg.bu.edu/people/sganguly/player/%20Rang%20De%20Basanti%20-%20Tu%20Bin%20Bataye.mp3".
As you can see, there are a lot of "%20"s.
I want the url to be unescaped.
Is there any way to do this in Java, without using a third-party library?
I've been looking at
Network.HTTP, but can't find a way to create properly URL encoded key/value pairs.
How can I generate the post data required from
[(key, value)] pair list for example? I imagine something like this already exists (perhaps hidden in the
Network.HTTP package) but I can't find it, and I'd rather not re-invent the wheel.
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Sorry to bother, but I cannot find any reference or manual includes how to write this special letter capital
İ inside an URL.
This is the actual URL:
https://www.hocahanimurunleri.com/image/catalog/PROPOLİS DAMLA 20 GR.jpg
It is an i with dot not with grave or acute. Anybody knows how to or found a reference could share it with me.
Thanks in advance.