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Re: URL encoding %20
It's not sloppy, it is absolutely correct. I find that browsers will
sometimes even fix broken URLs (ones that contain spaces) by inserting a
%20 before sending the request off to the remote server. Browsers cover
up a lot of sins -- don't rely on them to enforce standards. And
besides, why rely on a bunch of Usenet yahoos -- present company
excluded, of course ;) -- when the standard that answers your question
is publicly available?
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