URL Encode

URL encoding characters can be sent over the Internet in a format that can be converted using URL encoding. Only the ASCII character set may be used when sending URLs over the Internet. The URL must be transformed into a valid ASCII format because it frequently contains characters that are not part of the ASCII set.

Why Is URL Encoding Necessary?

To convert data supplied via HTML forms, URL encoding is typically used. This is because the data may contain special characters like "/", ".", "#", and so forth, which could either: a) have specific meanings; b) not be a valid character for a URL; or c) change during transfer.



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