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Having gone through various tutorials on the differences between encoded vs literal, I have found that literal is the recommended option; the tutorials also give various examples of simple services where literal is the logical choice; but I have begun to wonder why the encoded option is there in the first place? Is it something which was added initially to the spec and became deprecated later, is it there only for backward compatibility?
Can you give any real world examples where you would choose encoded over literal
 
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