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encodeURIComponent adds % characters

Posted on 2014-11-04
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Hi;

I have a code in which i use encodeURIComponent and it adds % characters to the file i generated. E.g. for space %20 is added. How can I avoid this?

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How can I avoid this?

Don't use encodeURIComponent, maybe you don't need it... or the process saving your data should decode first
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Hi,

I haveto use it against xss.
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