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how to url encode a string?

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Does anyone know the simplest way to URL encode a CString?

I need to pass in the text "hello world".  This will create a url like:

  www.somewhere.org/file.html/?hello+world

Is there an mfc function I can call to url encode a cstring for me?

Thanks for any help,

Tim
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I don't know about MFC but they are definitely function in the wininet library

have a look at InternetCanonicalizeUrl
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