%20 etc. to normal text converter

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Jibbed, Dec 17, 2003.

  1. Jibbed

    Jibbed Guest

    Hi,
    I've tried searching google for this info but it doesn't seem to like the %
    sign so I get nowhere. Okay, %20 is the way browsers send the space
    character and there are various other codes to represent other characters.
    Am I right? But is there a way to convert a string of text to "normal"
    readable text without manually trawling through?

    And what is the name for these % numbers? That might have given me a head
    start if I knew! They look a bit like hex actually now I think about it.

    I've probably said all that in a strange way but you should get the idea :)

    Thank you,
    Jon
     
    Jibbed, Dec 17, 2003
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