ie5 problem with %26 only okay on address line
JScript Escape method:
Encodes String objects so they can be read on all computers.
The charstring argument is a String object to be encoded.
The escape method returns a new String object (in Unicode format) that
contains the contents of charstring. All spaces, punctuation, accented
characters, and any other non-ASCII characters are replaced with %xx
encoding, where xx is equivalent to the hexadecimal number representing the
character. For example, a space is returned as "%20."
Characters with a value greater than 255 are stored using the %uxxxx format.
> Can you help me? I am stuck.
> When I type the following into the ie5 browser's address field:
> I get the disired single matching job. However, I can not figure out how
> to replace the "%26" with something (eg., a "&") and still get the same
> I need to replace the %26 because the DLL that I am using to
> crawl/spider a website, can't handle the %26 for some reason.
> Any ideas?