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Which characters are legial in URLs?

Experts, please

In addition to alpha, UC and LC, and numeric characters and these
":/.-?=&%"
What other characters are legal in URLs?

I need to know to write a proceedure to screen out the illegals.

Thank you
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Gordon_Atherley
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ethan_mmgCommented:
The legal characters are: numerics, alpha (upper and lower), and $-_.+!*'(),

The following are special characters (i.e. have special meaning to URLs):
$
&
+
,
/
:
;
=
?
@

The % is used for URL encoding.
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Gordon_AtherleyAuthor Commented:
Thank you--just what I needed

Gordon
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