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how can i pass this in the link and get it back using get command "dengo + rengo +alpha"

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i want to pass this "dengo + rengo +alpha"  in the link and get it back using the get command but i cant pass it because it has the "+" sign so how can i pass it ?
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Or you could just change the + sign into it's value that would works

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