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Writing Special Characters to Cookies

Posted on 2001-07-16
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How can I write all characters with Char Code (0-127) to a cookie and get all them without error using Javascript?

The problem is that Javascript automatically converts some special characters before writing to the cookie.
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Question by:kenchan2000
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by:CJ_S
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you can use the escape and unescape functions

myvariable = escape(myvariable)
// now write myvariable to cookie

will convert the data to, for the browser, readable code.

When you have rtetrieved the value from the cookie you do:
// cookie value retrieved in myvariable
myvariable = unescape(myvariable)

regards,
CJ
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by:kenchan2000
ID: 6286580
I decide to use escape()
but
when I output something using ASP like
<%
For i=0 To 127
   %>
<script languagte="javascript">
document.write(escape('<%=Chr(i)%>'));
</script>
   <%
Next
%>
Special char cannot be escape().
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knightEknight earned 100 total points
ID: 6286899
You may have to do this from the server instead:

document.write(escape('<%=Server.URLEncode(Chr(i))%>'));
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by:knightEknight
ID: 6286904
... or just:

document.write('<%=Server.URLEncode(Chr(i))%>');
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by:CJ_S
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Assuming that the questioner can use ASP...
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by:knightEknight
ID: 6287360
true, I assumed that from his (another assumption) second comment.  

Simpler perhaps is this:

<%
For i=0 To 127
  response.write "'" & Server.URLEncode(Chr(i)) & "'<BR>" & vbCrLf;
Next
%>
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by:knightEknight
ID: 6287369
Or, do a pure javascript solution on the client:

<SCRIPT language='javascript'>

for ( i=0; i<128; i++ )
{
  document.writeln( String.fromCharCode(i) );
}
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