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Pedro ChagasFlag for Portugal asked on

which means '%2b' in url

Hi, I have a script write in PHP that give some url's of the path of images, but sometimes I get url's like this one:
http://bp3.blogger.com/_Vh90MbDkHDM/R4YMkkfxwRI/AAAAAAAAADE/-x-axY8Mfvs/S700/nx%2Bzero%2B1.jpg
In the end of this URL have this words, %2b.
Can you tell me what means or the character that words substitute?
Where I can get a list of this strange words?

Regards
JC
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8/22/2022 - Mon
Ray Paseur

Those are "entities"
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Pedro Chagas

The basic principle of 'entities' is have allways the character '%'. Because if it is I resolve the problem.
eszaq

URL encoding of a character consists of a "%" symbol, followed by the two-digit hexadecimal representation (case-insensitive) of the ISO-Latin code point for the character.
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