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URL Encoding Reference 2

Posted by HANIBALL | 01 November 2012 0

URL Encoding Reference

The ASCII device control characters %00-%1f were originally designed to control hardware devices. Control characters have nothing to do inside a URL.

ASCII CharacterDescriptionURL-encoding
NULnull character%00
SOHstart of header%01
STXstart of text%02
ETXend of text%03
EOTend of transmission%04
ENQenquiry%05
ACKacknowledge%06
BELbell (ring)%07
BSbackspace%08
HThorizontal tab%09
LFline feed%0A
VTvertical tab%0B
FFform feed%0C
CRcarriage return%0D
SOshift out%0E
SIshift in%0F
DLEdata link escape%10
DC1device control 1%11
DC2device control 2%12
DC3device control 3%13
DC4device control 4%14
NAKnegative acknowledge%15
SYNsynchronize%16
ETBend transmission block%17
CANcancel%18
EMend of medium%19
SUBsubstitute%1A
ESCescape%1B
FSfile separator%1C
GSgroup separator%1D
RSrecord separator%1E
USunit separator%1F

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