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[REBOL] Re: "#" char in http GET string?

From: matt:blis at: 10-Sep-2001 12:58

Petr Krenzelok <[Petr--Krenzelok--trz--cz]> wrote on 10/09/01 12:38:22:
>Hi, > >I just need to read following url: > > read >http://#T1107:[passw--hostc--sec--trz--cz]/GWAPIREX/mvstraso?function=CISEL_INFO&ciselnik_id=#T1107_0001 > >where #T1107 is user name, and #T1107_0001 is file identifier. However, >looking at net-utils/url-parser source I can see that # char serves some >strnage "tag" purpose. So - am I allowed to user # char in my GET method >string or not? replacing it with %23 doesn't seem to help either ...
Perhaps you could use something like: theurl: make url! "http://#T1107:[passw--hostc--sec--trz--cz]/GWAPIREX/mvstraso?function=CISEL_INFO&ciselnik_id=#T1107_0001" read theurl Matt.