I try to send a message from a pdf to a webserver.  This works fine,
unless the URL has a `#' in it.  Then TeX throws an error:

! Illegal parameter number in definition of \!!stringa

I tried to work around it with \edef'ing a \doublecross macro which
expands to \char35, but this did not work.  I also tried some extensive
use of \noexpand and \expandafter, but it failed, too.  Obviously, there's
some \csname...\endcsname stuff going on when creating the URL.


Here's a minimal example:



\definefield[shorttext] [line] [ShortLine] [] []


\field[shorttext][Bitte geben Sie einen Text ein:]


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