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    where do i find ? url equivalent ?

    i am lookking for url equivalent of ? and &
    something like %40

    do you know it ?

    thank you

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    for &, use &

    for %, I think you can just use the percent sign. Why can't you?
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    What you're looking for are called escape or url encoded characters; you can find them like this:
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    alert(escape("?"));
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    i finaly found it

    %26
    %3f


    thank you


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