[Web-SIG] parsing of urlencoded data and Unicode
manlio_perillo at libero.it
Tue Jul 29 21:50:45 CEST 2008
Deron Meranda ha scritto:
>> But, at this point, can one consider the content of form post to be encoded
>> "text" string?
>> Or it should be considered encoded "byte" string?
> I'd say follow the RFC, but perhaps allow a caller to provide
> an override default. So yes, you should assume an encoded
> string if the subpart has a text/* Content-Type, or if it has no
> content type at all (which must then be assumed to be text/plain
> US-ASCII). That is the intent of the MIME text/* media type
> after all; that it should be interpreted as a character string
> and not a byte string.
> In other cases, I would say returning a byte string is the
> correct thing to do.
I'm not sure to understand.
If you want non text data in the POST request body, you can use the file
I can't really see use cases of normal input fields having byte strings.
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