What Is Better Encoding Method?

Jul 12, 2006

What is difference between two encoding methods below and what method
can be considered more "web safe", fully retaining functionality of the

original source code, without the danger of misinterpretation of
original code characters (code contains long Registry entries, activeX,etc)...

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URL Encoding

Apr 3, 2007

I am trying to pass an SQL query as a URL parameter but it contains the characters + and %. As these characters are used in the encoding of a URL I get unexpected results. Is there a way round this problem?

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Strange Encoding

Jul 23, 2005

It's the first time I read the following code.
A few js files like the one below, but I don't know how to make them
readable by a human ( me ).

Is it a strange character set ? an obfuscation ? both ?
Firefox or IE detects no errors, so the following code is run with no
problem.

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Validate Encoding - UTF8

Aug 31, 2005

Is there a way that Javascript can validate that text in a textarea is
UTF-8?

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Latin Encoding In Ajax

Aug 1, 2006

I am trying to fill a dropdown menu with ajax, but the table
contains latin characters. In mozilla i get a weird black character
instead, and in internet explorer the whole code breaks because if a
word ends in a latin character then it ignores the <bri put on the
end, therefore affecting my data logic.

I am using results = http.responseText.split("<br>"); as a delimiter.

Is there a way to fix this without resorting to using xml encoding?

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Email Encoding Script

May 22, 2006

I am working on/modifying a dom script to automatically convert e-mail addresses in the text format of username [at] domain [dot] com that are inside a pair of em tags into working mailto links.

the script works by getting all em elements in the document, checking to make sure they aren't empty and also that they contain the string s[at]s in them and then converts them to mailto links

the problem im having is that the script is skipping over every other em tag, so it is only creating mailto links for the 1st, 3rd, 5th, etc. em tags I know that the problem occurs in the final line of the function

ems[i].parentNode.replaceChild( a, ems[i] );

because i've added alerts through the code and i know that its cycling through all of the em tags correctly, but when it gets to that last line for some reason it is only replacing the odd ems. Code:

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Base64 Encoding / Decoding?

May 29, 2005

Is it available in js? found nothing on forum.

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Encoding Type And Javascript

Aug 12, 2005

Ho can i change the endoing type of the browser through the Javascript?

I am working on the bi-lingual project. In this there are 2 languages Greek and English. I am showing the data on the page but it is not in proper character set i.e. encoding.

The default encoding of the page id ISO-8859-1 i.e. english. But for the Greek characters it should be ISO-8859-7. I am not able to change the encoding (charset). can you please provide me a function by which i can change the charset of the page?

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Display The Character Encoding?

Sep 26, 2011

I've been fiddling with this for a while now and can only find out how to convert / change character encoding.I want to write something super small that will just display the character encoding of a file i specify.

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Javascript Text Encoding/encrypting

Jul 20, 2005

MS has published on its sites javascript encoder, which enables "encrypting"
javascript code. It allows hiding js code from being seen as a text file.
There is a decoder for it, available in the net, freeware, srcdec14.exe.

I have tested both, encrypting, decrypting, the source and the final files
are identical.

But what I met on a certain site is a js file, encoded I think in another
way, because I cannot decrypt it using the srcdec14.exe.

This is why I have a question for genarally any information cons. this
subject (are there several ways MS is able to read encrypted js files?, do
you know other decoders?,...)

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JQuery :: Load() And Utf-8 Encoding, Nothing Seems To Work?

Nov 4, 2009

<table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0" ><tr><td valign="top" style="font: inherit;">I've been googling around but found no answer that works for me. I'm loading some content from a PHP script using the load() function inside an html document that already has the utf-8 encoding meta tag. I suposed that the rule at the head of the container document will affect all loaded contents, but it doesn't. The PHP I'm loading is using a switch to serve different contents, for every case I have open php tags like this:

[Code]...

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Find Character Encoding In Any Site

Aug 28, 2009

How can we get character encoding in any site through coding. Actually i need to add an option in my website, in which i am entering a domain name(url of any website i.e.[url]) and through coding i have to find out the character encoding, doctype, frameset.. etc of the entered URL. OR Are there any such links which can help me out to get these parameters directly by passing the url only. how to get the parameters of any site..

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Encoding String To HTML Safe Characters

Mar 17, 2006

Is there an easy way to encode in javascript a string to another string
that would have HTML safe characters like & to $amp; and such?

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Changing Or At Least Detecting Character Encoding Via Javascript ?

Jul 20, 2005

I have a question if it is possible to manipulate the settings of
character encoding in Ms Internet Explorer 5.0, 5.5 and 6.0. The
problem is that the default instalation of Ms IE seems to have hard
selected default encoding to "Western European (ISO)", which means
iso-8859-1. When browsing pages with some Central/Eastern European
characters these are converted to iso-8859-1 so displayed wrong.

I would suppose the "auto-select" option should be default, so the
browser can select the right encoding according to the meta-tags in
the head of webpage. But this is apparently not true.

Please, is it possible to use JavaScript or Java applet to get the
information about the current client character encoding settings
and/or change it to the "auto-select" value ? How to do this ?

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JQuery :: Character Encoding Not Being Transmitted By GetJSON?

Jun 11, 2010

I'm seeking to send this string via getJSON to my app:Academia-Gate the Nanny State & The Professors: My Brief Email Exchange With The Co-Chair of the Cry Wolf ProjectI have this code immediately prior to the getJSON call:

jQuery.ajaxSetup({ scriptCharset: "utf-8" , contentType: "application/json; charset=utf-8"});

Using Firebug, I can see that the text variable containing the above string, does contain it correctly, at the time it is used in my getJSON call. However, using breakpoints, I can see that when this text is received by my php app during the call made by getJSON, it looks like this:cademia-Gate the Nanny State & The Professors: My Brief Email Exchange With The Co-Chair of the șCry Wolf ProjectHow can I correct this?

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JQuery :: Convert A Image Into Base64 Encoding?

Apr 28, 2011

I want to convert a image into base64 encoding and send it to server as json object(because of existing design).How we convert an image in base64?

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AJAX Explicitly Set The Encoding When Sending Out The Post Request

Jul 27, 2006

I am trying to send request using ajax with some japanese text.
As any of you know XMLHttpRequest is send with utf-8.

I was hoping there is a way to send with different encoding like

var parameters = "metadata=" +
encodeURI(document.getElementById("metadata").value);

http_request.onreadystatechange = metadataUpdate;
http_request.open( 'POST', "/servlet/SendJapText", true );
http_request.setRequestHeader( "Content-type",
"application/x-www-form-urlencoded;charset=Shift-JIS" );
http_request.send( parameters );

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JQuery :: Textarea/Textbox Html Content Encoding To Satisfy .Net 4.0 Validation Test

Sep 19, 2011

I have web form (not MVC) that has bunch of textarea and textboxes where user can input HTML markup. For example, a textarea is provided so users can put YouTube embed iframe html tag where it will be shown on their profile. The problem is that asp.net 4.0 http request validation doesn't like things like ">" or "<", etc. I can put pagevalidation="false" on the page and/or revert back to .net 2.0 validation but why would I want to do that since I have geniuses like you guys that can show me how to do what I want with jquery without jeopardizing security.

So what I want to do is form a handler so when the form is submitted, the content of the textboxes and textarea on the page be encoded (i.e. > to > etc.) before the submission to the asp.net 4.0 so we can keep the httprequest validation stuff happy. I have added a class "mustEncode" to each of the textarea and textboxes.

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Public Static Method Accessing Private Method

Aug 3, 2006

I'm trying to do something, but I don't know if it's possible.
Basically, I want to have a public static class method that could
access a private object's method. I would like to be able to do :

Class.method(InstanceOfClass);

The method would then access a private function from Class by doing
something like

function method(param) {
param.privateMethodOfClass();
}

I've done a lot research and experimentations but just can't come up
with a solution... I don't even know if what I'm trying to do is
possible.

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Why Is The Callwhy Is The Slice Method Only A Method Of An Array Instance?

Jan 31, 2011

Why is the callwhy is the slice method only a method of an Array instance? The reason why I ask is because if you want to use it for the arguments property of function object, or a string, or an object, or a number instance, you are forced to use Array .prototype slice.call(). And by doing that, you can pass in any type of object instance (Array, Number, String, Object) into it. So why not just default it as a method of all object instances built into the language?In other words, instead of doing this:

function Core(){
var obj = {a : 'a', b : 'b'};
var num = 1;[code]....

//right now none of the above would work but it's more convenient than using the call alternative.

}
Core('dom','event','ajax');

Why did the designers of the javascript scripting language make this decision?

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JQuery :: Call A Method From Within Another Method?

Aug 16, 2011

I have two methods and I would like to call somename1 method from within somename2 method. I have tried several ways to do so however I keep getting "TypeError" or "RefernceError" I have tried several ways to reference but I am still unable. What am I doing wrong. I would think this would be easy to do.

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Element SetAttribute() Method - Valid Method Of Changing The Id Of An XHTML Element

Feb 24, 2010

Is the form below a valid method of changing the id of an XHTML element, specifically the one actually being referenced? It does not seem to work for me.

document.getElementById("Original_Name").setAttribute("id", "New_name");

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Getting A Method's Name

Jul 23, 2005

Here's my situation. I have an object:

function Obj () {
this.foo = null;
}

a function
function bar() {...}

another function

function doSomething () {
var obj = new Obj();
obj.foo = bar;
doSomethingElse(obj);
}

In function doSomethingElse I want to create the following line of DHTML

<div return true;">

What I want is for onClick to be defined to be the execution of the foo
method of obj.

I tried document.writeln ("<div + obj.foo + "(); return
true;'>");

What I get is the source code for bar stuck into the middle of the string.
So how do I get just the name of the function bar in the string? Or
ultimately, how do I get the handler to be bar in the DHTML?

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GET Method

May 24, 2006

While submiting the form elements, if the GET method is used in the
<form>tag, the data is submitted as a query string.I think there should
be restriction in size of data submitted by the browser IE.
Does any body know the exact details of it?

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POST Method

Jul 23, 2005

How to send a request using post method from browser to web server using javascript?

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Click() Method

Jul 23, 2005

Is it possible to use the .click() method in any browser beside IE?
(which would be Opera and Mozilla? or in some way that make that kind of
effect?)

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