How do you encode a URL in Android?
I thought it was like this:
final String encodedURL = URLEncoder.encode(urlAsString, "UTF-8");URL url = new URL(encodedURL);
If I do the above, the
urlAsString is replaced by
encodedURL and then I get a
java.net.MalformedURLException when I use the URL.
In my Python 3 program I've come across weirdly encoded strings such as "abol%C3%A2t" (abolât) and "%C5%93ufs" (œufs). I get them from WiktionaryParser.
I've only found ways to encode it to UTF-8 for quoted-printable strings, which is not the case here. How can I change a string from "%C3%A9vitables" to "évitables"?
In section 22.214.171.124 of the HTML 4.01 specification the steps to encode into x-www-form-urlencoded starts with
Space characters are replaced by `+', and then reserved characters are escaped
I’m trying to understand
I’m asking as part of reading the references in this answer.
Name = Trent, Bolt
I have encoded and assigned '%20' instead of "+" .Now it is Trent%2C%20Bolt . But it is not working.
Flow : (Trent, Bolt) -> (Trent%2C%2BBolt) -> (Replacing "%2B" to "%20") -> (Trent%2C%20Bolt).
May I get some help. Please!
If I encode a string like this:
var escapedString = originalString.stringByAddingPercentEscapesUsingEncoding(NSUTF8StringEncoding)
it doesn't escape the slashes
I've searched and found this Objective C code:
NSString *encodedString = (NSString *)CFURLCreateStringByAddingPercentEscapes( NULL, (CFStringRef)unencodedString, NULL, (CFStringRef)@"!*'();:@&=+$,/?%#", kCFStringEncodingUTF8 );
Is there an easier way to encode an URL and if not, how do I write this in Swift?