Paul Clapham wrote:It looks to me like you're dealing with URL-encoded data. In which case the URLDecoder class (follow the link) is what you're looking for.
Bear Bibeault wrote:Yeah, if the encoding process is broken, it behooves you to fix that rather than trying to fiddle the decoding of a bad encoding.
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