I have a file with a list of user-agents which are encoded.E.g.:
I want a shell script which can read this file and write to a new file with decoded strings.
Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; Intel Mac OS X 10.6; en
I have been trying to use this example to get it going but it is not working so far.
$ echo -e "$(echo "%31+%32%0A%33+%34" | sed 'y/+/ /; s/%/\\x/g')"
My script looks like:
#!/bin/bashfor f in *.log; do echo -e "$(cat $f | sed 'y/+/ /; s/%/\x/g')" > y.logdone
I am using spring security and spring mvci want to send in get method email@example.com
1.when i typing in the browser localhost:8080/myServlerturl/login?user=1%2B1@gmail.com i am getting in the /login request.getParameterMap().get("user") is 1+1
2.when i typing in the browser localhost:8080/myServlerturlfirstname.lastname@example.org i am getting in the /login request.getParameterMap().get("user") is 1 1
i deduce from this that that the tomcat do double encdoing meaning the browser change 1+1 to 1%2B1 (browser always decode url) tomcat change it to 1 1 meaning double encode .
i see in the first filter I have the parameter as 1 1 insead of seeing it as 1+1
(url encode)(2 X decode by tomcat ) = decode X 1 too much
I am trying to style an rss feed using xslt. I want to display an image that is stored in the tag on the feed. The problem is it is encoded to display as text on the page instead of being rendered. The following is an example of part of the string.
1). <description><img src="http&#58;&#47;&#47;buavhw.blu.livefilestore.com&#47;y1ppCokLxFJSG2cmyPdvg...
I had to add extra coding to the string above to get it to appear properly here. The string below is how it appears when I paste it directly into the text box.
2). <description><img src="http://buavhw.blu.livefilestore.com/y1ppCokLxFJSG2cmyPdvg...
If I copy and paste it again from the preview window it only then becomes the following string.
3). <description><img src="http://buavhw.blu.livefilestore.com/y1ppCokLxFJSG2cmyPdvg...
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 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?