Difference between revisions of "LlEscapeURL"

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|func_id=307|func_sleep=0.0|func_energy=10.0
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|func=llEscapeURL|return_type=string|p1_type=string|p1_name=url
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|func_footnote=The return is limited to 255 bytes, this means this function can only safely escape 14 character string.
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|func_desc
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|return_text=is the escaped/encoded version of '''url''', replacing spaces with %20 etc.
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|spec
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|caveats
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|constants
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|examples
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|helpers
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|also_functions=*{{LSLG|llUnescapeURL}}
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|also_events
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|also_tests
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|also_articles=*{{Wikipedia|UTF-8}}
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*{{LSLGC|Base64}}
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Revision as of 10:56, 9 February 2007

Summary

Function: string llEscapeURL( string url );

Returns a string is the escaped/encoded version of url, replacing spaces with %20 etc.

• string url

The return is limited to 255 bytes, this means this function can only safely escape 14 character string.

Examples

See Also

Functions

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Signature

function string llEscapeURL( string url );