I am url encoding a string of text to pass along to a function. However, it encodes the second space in a double-space as "%A0". This means that when I decode the string, the "%A0" is displayed as a question mark in a black box.
I really just need to be able to remove the extra space, but I'd like to understand what is causing this and how to handle it correctly.
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I'm having some trouble with some character encoding causing some problems with a search form on my website. One of the possible field values has an ampersand in it. When this is selected and a search is submitted the ampersand is encoded to:
Upon using the pagination links at the bottom of the page and navigating to the second page in the list of results the ampersand is encoded to:
Finally...in an attempt to navigate to the 3rd page in the list the ampersand is changed back to:
& This breaks the form as it assumes there's a variable that isn't actually there.
Why is the encoding changing? How can I fix this? Thanks for your help!
I have an
std::string filled with extended ASCII values (e.g.
I have tried converting it to UTF-16 and then to UTF-8 via the
windows-1252 codepoint, but wasn't able to do so as there is not enough examples for the
I am compiling with MSVC-14.0 on Windows 10 64-bit.
How can I at least iterate over the individual bytes of the final UTF-8 string for me to URL encode?
I have a line of php code that doesnt like being changed to avoid an error log call.
$url = preg_replace_callback( '/[\][<>"\\x00-\\x20\\x7F]/e', "urlencode('\\0')", $url );
Errlog complaining about 2nd argument not being a function? or Is there an easy way or calling urlencode properly here.
preg_replace_callback was used but not supported now it seems.
When entering this url into the Browser:
The sent url is actually
I want to do the same conversion using Php - how to do that?
What I tried:
$url = 'http://www.google.com/?q=ä'; //utf8 encodedecho rawurlencode($url);//gives http%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com%2F%3Fq%3D%C3%A4$u = parse_url($url);echo $url['scheme'].'://'.$url['host'].$url['path'].'?'.rawurlencode($url['query']);//gives http://www.google.com/?q%3D%C3%A4
The above url ist just a simple example, I need a generic solution that also works with
The answer provided here is not generic enough:How to encode URL using php like browsers do