Re: Ampersand for URLs
I always understood that the url string was to be unescaped before any further processing was done on it. If so, the %26 would be restored to "&" and so would still function as a separator. I have to admit that I didn't try it, though. Cheers, Tom P Robert Seber said > I think that you've missed the point - the ampersand is required to seperate > out the parameters - not as part of the value of a parameter. You'd use %26 > if you wanted to pass through an ampersand as a value, but not for > delimiting the parameters. > > e.g. > > /pub.asp?meal=roast&pub=dog%20%26%20duck > > would be used to pass through parameters meal and pub with values "roast" > and "dog & duck" XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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