Say I have a URL
and I have a query entered by the user such as:
random word £500 bank $
I want the result to be a properly encoded URL:
What's the best way to achieve this? I tried
URLEncoder and creating URI/URL objects but none of them come out quite right.
I'm running into a problem while providing Hadoop a directory that contains spaces.
inputDir = /abc/xyz/folder name/abc.txt
Hadoop somehow doesn't know about the "folder name" being the name of the folder with spaces between words.
I get the below error while doing that
java.io.FileNotFoundException: File does not exist: /abc/xyz/folder
Also, I tried providing with URL encoded.
java.io.FileNotFoundException: File does not exist: /abc/xyz/folder%20name/abc.txt
But still throws me the same error.
Does anybody know the workaround for this ?
Any help is appreciated.
I have 3 questions about base64:
1) The base64 encoding purpose is binary-to-text. Isn't text going to be sent through web as binary? Then what is good for?
2) In past they used 7-bit communication systems, now it's 8-bit. Then why we still using it now?
3) How it increases the size? I just take 3-bytes with 28-bit and rearrange them to 4-bytes of 6-bit but in total they still 28-bit?
I have the following URL
QString url = "http://www.gigacooldomainname.com/" + setName + "/" + fileName + ".jpg"
where setName and fileName are QString variables.
I wish to have the following:
QString url = "http://www.gigacooldomainname.com/" + QUrlParameter::encode(setName) + "/" + QUrlParameter::encode(fileName) + ".jpg"
Unfortunately there is not such QUrlParameter class or encode method.
I know I can write one by myself but was curious if there is already an existing solution in QT4.
I am also not interested in Q3Url::encode solution since I don't have the Q3Url headers.