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How to convert query parameter of an url to UTF-8 format.

 
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Hi,

My question is
How to convert query parameter of an url to UTF-8 format.

I have an url string which containing some query parameters of Non Ascii character.When I covert these non Ascii character to UTF-8,
it becomes either "?" or some square symbols.


I want the non ascii character should maintain its state after conversion.

Please suggest some solution for this.

Regards,
Saumya
 
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Welcome to the Ranch!

You can use URLEncoder and URLDecoder for this. Both allow you to specify the encoding then encoding / decoding.
 
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