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August 14, 2004, 10:58 pm
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i visited many foru,
peoples post e-books links.
how they get , that , download links,
i mean a book published and the got the download link.
O'Reilly & Associates Learning PHP 5
how this man got this address , who post this book download link in a forum ?
and specially what is the mean of % or @ in download links.
i saw in may cases.
thanks & regards.
Re: how it happend.
I am guessing that you want a Web host. One host with a decent free
service is www.portland.co.uk. Look on the Web site; somewhere there
it lets you sign up.
The % in URLs is an escape code, followed by a two-digit hexadecimal
number. %20 stands for ASCII character 32 (decimal), which is a space.
Spaces are not allowed in URLs, which is why %20 is used.
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