On Sat, May 18, 2002 at 11:45:49AM +0100, Henry wrote:
> http://GetResponse.com/k.cgi?a=blahblah&f=henry_Xyteacake.force9.co.uk
> I subscribed using the email address [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> They appear to have translated the "@" symbol to "_Xy".
> Any guess why? Is there a PHP function that does this translation for me? Is
> it some sort of standard?

That's something they did manually to their own standard.  The standard 
encoding for @ is %40.  Why?  Beats me.  They don't really need to.  
Encoding URL's can be done via urlencode() and urldecode().

If you want to do the same thing they're doing, you can use
str_replace(): http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.str-replace.php



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