- Aug 28, 2008
The issue is that @urlencode doesn't seem to encode properly. Let's say somebody goes to the main Google page and searches for "C#". This is a parameter that should be URL-encoded as "C%23", which is precisely what the main Google page does. When I use @urlencode[C#] in the latest version of TakeCommand (13.00.28 x64), however, it gives me "23" as a result. The help file makes it sound like it should correctly encode an entire string:
So I don't understand how it can take "C#" as an argument and spit back "23". Could somebody help me understand? Or is this a bug? Thanks in advance!Encode a string for Internet transmission, replacing non-alphanumeric characters with their %xx hex representation.