URL Encode

URL encoding is the process of converting special characters to their equivalent URL-encoded form. URL encoding is used to ensure that special characters in a URL are properly transmitted over the internet without causing issues. The encoding is usually done by replacing the special characters with a percent sign followed by two hexadecimal digits that represent the ASCII code of the character.


For example, the space character " " is encoded as "%20", and the plus sign "+" is encoded as "%2B".


To encode a string for use in a URL, you can use an online tool or a programming language like JavaScript or Python.

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