Rami

Berkeley, CA

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accepted How do I do URL encoding of ASCII characters?
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comment How do I do URL encoding of ASCII characters?
Awesome, thanks!
May
10
comment How do I do URL encoding of ASCII characters?
If you still think I can get to the same results using more than one step conversion, can you provide me with some code example so I can better understand what you mean. Thanks!
May
10
comment How do I do URL encoding of ASCII characters?
I agree, but the 3rd party service I'm dealing with and which I can't change is using that type of encoding. And on the same w3school page, there are two examples, the second one demonstrate the javascript encoding function which result is the same as URI.escape. But if you try the first example which demonstrate how the browser encode URLs before it send it to the server and it uses the same encoding I'm looking for that is represented by the table I keep referring to. When I saw that the browser is URL encoding this in the same way, I started to believe that this is a correct way to do it.
May
10
comment How do I do URL encoding of ASCII characters?
@muistooshort: CGI.escape gives the same result as URI.escape which is not the encoding I'm looking for. I'm looking for the encoding represented by the table here
May
10
comment How do I do URL encoding of ASCII characters?
@DavidGorsline: This doesn't work. I end up with '?' for all characters except for '360' and '.txt'. The example above is a real example, do if you have any ideas you can test them on the string'ÖÇÄÜ360ÓïÒôÖúÀí.txt' and let me know how to do it. Thanks a lot for you help.
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accepted How can I delete specific jobs from Resque queue without clearing the whole queue?
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asked How do I do URL encoding of ASCII characters?
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asked How can I delete specific jobs from Resque queue without clearing the whole queue?
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comment set "installer" package value to be returned in getInstallerPackageName()
Thanks Jakar, it turned out this functions is available for API Level 11+, and I'm using API Level 7. That's why I couldn't find it. I also found out that the installer app should be signed with the same key as the installed apps.
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accepted set "installer" package value to be returned in getInstallerPackageName()
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accepted Omniauth: can't change response_type to "token" in Strategy
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asked set "installer" package value to be returned in getInstallerPackageName()
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asked Omniauth: can't change response_type to "token" in Strategy