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Re^3: Can the "#" character be passed via $ENV{QUERY_STRING} ?

by BUU (Prior)
on Feb 25, 2005 at 06:46 UTC ( #434393=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^2: Can the "#" character be passed via $ENV{QUERY_STRING} ?
in thread Can the "#" character be passed via $ENV{QUERY_STRING} ?

Just to note, uri_unescape is functionally:  s/%(\d\d)/chr $1/eg; if you don't even want to load the module.

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Re^4: Can the "#" character be passed via $ENV{QUERY_STRING} ?
by mdillon (Priest) on Feb 25, 2005 at 14:42 UTC
    I think that should be:
    In fact, that's pretty much exactly what's in URI::Escape, except that the module also handles scalar v. list context and multiple arguments. Using uri_unescape still seems preferable to me, since the resource overhead of using the module is basically nil and the mnemonic benefit of seeing uri_unescape instead of a regex is considerable.
      You know, you're completely correct, and that mostly proves your point about using a module. I theoretially knew what the proper code should be, but I wasn't paying attention and wrote something that was broken and didn't even think about it, the module would have been much easier.
        You are both correct. s/%(\d\d)/chr $1/eg will do fine if all you care about are encoded #'s (but then, you might as well use the faster and shorter s/%23/#/g). But if you want to be more general, use what mdillon states.

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