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basic questions to do with basic URL encoding search related strings

Posted 06 July 2013 - 02:28 PM

Hello there dream in coders,

I have basic questions to do with basic URL encoding, my textbook is not adequate so I would like to ask if someone can interpret these search related strings for me? I believe I am in the right forum now?

The URL-encoded string: one=John+Smith. What does “one” represent?
the URL-encoded string: one=John+Smith. What does “+” represent?
the URL-encoded string: one=a%2Bb. What does %2B represent?
the URL-encoded string: one=P%2CQ. What does %2C represent?
the URL-encoded string: one=A@B. What does @ represent?
the URL-encoded string: two=Smith&three=2345. What does “&” represent?
the URL-encoded string: one=Smith+Jr.%2C. What does “%2C” represent?
the URL-encoded string: subject=Unix%3A. What does “%3A” represent?

these are from examples using a typical google search in a browser,
many thanks for your time,
Nelly

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Re: basic questions to do with basic URL encoding search related strings

Posted 06 July 2013 - 02:31 PM

I went ahead and moved your other thread. Please avoid duplicate posting.
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