Fri, 10 Aug 2001 15:23:24 +0900
I see what you mean. The docs for the HTMLEncode() methods and URLEncode()
methods seem to be transposed.
I would make the methods behave as their names suggest and not what the
description in the docs says. It seems obvious that this is a mistake by
MS, and will be fixed in the next beta (because I just sent them an email
about it :).
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| Behalf Of Richard Anthony Hein
| Sent: Friday, August 10, 2001 2:52 PM
| To: 'Bob Smith'
| Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
| Subject: RE: [Mono-list] System.Web.HttpUtility
| What exactly do you need - the documentation for the methods? And which
| description are you referring to?
| Richard Anthony Hein
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| > Behalf Of Bob Smith
| > Sent: August 9, 2001 8:37 PM
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| > Subject: [Mono-list] System.Web.HttpUtility
| > I'm working on the System.Web.HttpUtility class, and have run
| > across some
| > weirdness. Spacificly in the UrlDecode/Encode methods. The name of the
| > method is Url, but the description says HTML decoding/encoding, so I'm
| > not sure what to make of it. If someone with a copy of VS.Net
| > and ASP.Net
| > would like to help me figure out exactly what these methods do, please
| > contact me.
| > Bob Smith
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