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In JSP, how can I get GET parameters using utf8 encoding?


In JSP, how can I get GET parameters using utf8 encoding?

By : Piotr Bienias
Date : November 24 2020, 05:44 AM
With these it helps You can use this code "a_receive = new String(a_receive.getBytes("ISO8859_1"), "UTF-8");"
code :


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Why isn't `Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(Encoding.UTF8.GetString(x))==x`

Why isn't `Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(Encoding.UTF8.GetString(x))==x`


By : Mr Son
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help Character encodings (UTF8, specificly) may have different forms for the same code point.
So when you convert to a string and back, the actual bytes may represent a different (canonical) form.
code :
"\u1EAF" 
"\u0103\u0301" 
"\u0061\u0306\u0301" 
changing encoding UTF8 to UTF8 BOM with rebol

changing encoding UTF8 to UTF8 BOM with rebol


By : Intellicide
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue When doing a pipeline of processing, the return result of INSERT is the series position you passed in:
code :
>> str: "ution"

>> print insert str {Rebol}
ution
>> print str
Rebolution
>> print skip insert str {Rebol} -5
Rebolution
>> print head insert str {Rebol}
Rebolution
write/binary %mycontacts.csv head insert read/binary %mycontacts.csv #{EFBBBF}
Difference between Convert.ToBase64String/Convert.FromBase64String and Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes/Encoding.UTF8.GetString

Difference between Convert.ToBase64String/Convert.FromBase64String and Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes/Encoding.UTF8.GetString


By : winternights
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue UTF-8 is a character encoding. It encodes Unicode codepoints (characters) into bytes.
Base64 is a binary-to-text encoding. It encodes bytes to text.
PERL | IMAP folder encoding. UTF8 -> UTF7 -> UTF8 = fail

PERL | IMAP folder encoding. UTF8 -> UTF7 -> UTF8 = fail


By : moroo
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . You have been caught by one of the many gotchas of Unicode in Perl. use utf8 only turns on UTF-8 syntax. That means things like constant strings, variable names and function names will be in UTF-8. Everything else will not. Specifically the strings in @ARGV will not be UTF-8. Those will still be plain bytes.
Fortunately there is a simple fix. Use utf8::all. This will turn on all of the UTF-8 features you'd expect use utf8 to do.
code :
use strict;
use warnings;
use utf8::all;
use Encode::IMAPUTF7;

my $folder=$ARGV[1];

if ($ARGV[0] eq 'to') {
    print Encode::IMAPUTF7::encode('IMAP-UTF-7', $folder)
}
elsif ($ARGV[0] eq 'from') {
    print Encode::IMAPUTF7::decode('IMAP-UTF-7', $folder)
}
print "\n";
What is the reason that Encoding.UTF8.GetString and Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes are not inverse of each other?

What is the reason that Encoding.UTF8.GetString and Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes are not inverse of each other?


By : Ethlinn
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue They're inverses if you start with a valid UTF-8 byte sequence, but they're not if you just start with an arbitrary byte sequence.
Let's take a concrete and very simple example: a single byte, 0xff. That's not the valid UTF-8 encoding for any text. So if you have:
code :
byte[] bytes = { 0xff };
string text = Encoding.UTF8.GetString(bytes);
string text = GetRandomText();
byte[] bytes = Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(text);
string text2 = Encoding.UTF8.GetString(bytes);
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