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Pass a + plus sign to in URL

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How do you pass a + sign to a URL if this is a genuine string you want to query
For example if there is a plus sign in the string you are passing as a parameter.
like in a mobile number
Name+mobile number

Barry+Cunney+ +4477807892
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Use %2B:
Barry+Cunney+%2B4477807892
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Thanks a millin GreenGhost
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