I have a Velocity template, In spring boot application, and using jackson ObjectMapper to do the POJO to JSON, and I am setting a String that is JSON in the context like this:
and in my template I have this:
and it's commit out with the "e all over the place, and I want it to not do that. I tried URL.decode() and this:
But that is throwing and error:
Encountered "##" at pages/application/submit.vm[line 15, column 1] Was expecting one of: <RPAREN> ... "-" ... "+" ... "*" ... "/" ... "%" ... <LOGICAL_AND> ... <LOGICAL_OR> ... <LOGICAL_LT> ... <LOGICAL_LE> ... <LOGICAL_GT> ... <LOGICAL_GE> ... <LOGICAL_EQUALS> ... <LOGICAL_NOT_EQUALS> ...
So I tried adding StringEscapeUtils like this:
and my template looks like this:
and I am still getting out put like this:
awk to urldecode some text.
If I code the string into the
printf statement like
printf "%s", "\x3D" it correctly outputs
=. The same if I have the whole escaped string as a variable.
However, if I only have the
3D, how can I append the
printf will print the
= and not
busybox awk 1.4.2 and the
I'm receiving a json payload from a webhook but the json that is returned is coming in like this
is there a simple way to convert it back to normal standard json with the curly braces. I really don't want to do a crazy
string.Replace method on it.
I have a string that represents a uri escaped string.
I want to convert it to original characters string.
is needed to be converted to: (Desired output)
The convertion is written here:http://www.w3schools.com/tags/ref_urlencode.asp
%2F is need to be converted to '/'
%2B is need to be converted to '+'
%3D is need to be converted to '='
I'm not sure what this is called so I'm having trouble searching for it. How can I decode a string with unicode from
decodeURIComponent so I guess the only thing left is string replace.
EDIT: The string is not typed, but rather a substring from another piece of code. So to solve the problem you have to start with something like this:
var s = 'http\\u00253A\\u00252F\\u00252Fexample.com';
I hope that shows why unescape() doesn't work.