If you try to pass one in Internet Explorer, IE will *disable* the submit button.
Firefox, however, does something weirder: it will convert it to it's HTML entity. PS: If you try copy/pasting one of these characters to a TXT file, it will translate to a ? This example covers all the encodings you need to apply in order to create URLs safely without problems with any special characters.
Be careful when encoding strings that came from simplexml in PHP 5.
If you try to urlencode a simplexml object, the script tanks.
Leave it as &, but simply encode your URLs using Keep in mind that, if you prepare URL for a connection and used the urlencode on some parameters and didn't use it on the rest of parameters, it will not be decoded automatically at the destination position if the not encoded parameters have special characters that urlencode encodes it.example :$xml = simplexml_load_file("
me=test&first=".urlencode('dummy string')."&second=here is the string");here is the second parameter has spaces which urlencode converts it to ( ).after using this URL, the server will discover that the second parameter has not been encoded , then the server will not decode it took more than 2 hours to be discovered and hope to save your time.
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Apache's mod_rewrite and mod_proxy are unable to handle urlencoded URLs properly -
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