[isf-wifidog] Fixing the bug concerning ID containing periods
fproulx at edito.qc.ca
Jeu 1 Sep 00:12:38 EDT 2005
le probleme concerne le nom de la variable qui ne peut contenir de
point. . Donc j'utilise le hash....
On 1-Sep-2005, at 0:08 , Robin Millette wrote:
> Proulx François wrote:
>> So, if there was a period it'll be left untouched by urlencode.
>> The hash is thus needed to circumvent the problem.
> Hmm, do you mean that the value needs to be fixed, or the actual
> variable name ?
> The value shouldn't be affected, even if it contains a space,
> period or whatever.
> Or is it something like
> <form ...>
> <input type='text' name='THIS ID' />
> and you want to make sure the variable name "THIS ID" comes out
> Never mind me if I'm completely dans le champs though, I didn't
> check the context. But if we're talking about the value of "THIS
> ID", then like I said, it really shouldn't be affected, whatever it
> contains (apart from automatic urlencoding and symmetric urldecoding).
> Robin Millette, aka oqp http://rym.waglo.com/wordpress/
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