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Password Generator

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URL Decoder

In many cases, we may find data escaped. Especially for the data that are represented by an unreserved character. Most of the unreserved characters are automatically encoded by some systems. We know that, the characters allowed in a URI are can be either reserved or unreserved. Any character that is not an alphabetic character, a number, or a special character that is being used outside its normal context is should be encoded. "%7e" is sometimes used instead of "~" in an http URL path. Considering every possible scenarios, if you need to decode your URI, use the tool below_

Enter your encoded URL:

unescape():

decodeURI():

decodeURIComponent() (recommended):

URL Encoder

If you are a web developer or blogger, you need to put together a string for using it in a URL in many cases. To do that, you have to be very careful, you have to account some special characters that have special meanings in URL such as question marks or ampersands or multi-bytes Unicode characters that must be encoded properly to be expressed properly inside a URL. If you want to make sure that your URL follows proper rules, this is a handy encoder to check with.

     Test characters: ~!@#$%^&*=+(){}[],?/:;'\"\\
[ Outputs will be the encoded values of Test Characters unless input value is provided ]

Enter your URL:

escape():

encodeURI():

encodeURIComponent() (recommended):

HTML Code Decoder

We talked about HTML encoding and create a handy tool on HTML Code Encoder post. We talked about why encoding is important and why we can't ignore that. However, decoded HTML code is also needed in many cases. Specially, we need to decode our old code to update or modify to make it more user friendly. If we want to update our cool project on blog or site, we need a decoder for encoded code.



Check out HTML Code Encoder.

HTML Code Encoder

Encoding HTML code is important in many cases. We know that browsers may get the encoding wrong. Symbols might get mixed up or might show as unknown character. Encoding data converts potentially unsafe characters into their HTML-encoded equivalent. If you just paste 3 byte characters of some encoding into your HTML code without escaping them, things might get ugly. Its good habit to encode your HTML code. Below is a little tool to help you out. Copy your HTML code in the textbox, encode using encode button and click or focus the textbox to select encoded version of your code to copy. Its that simple!



Check out HTML Code Decoder.

Triangular Number


Triangular Number

Triangular Form: [A x (A + 1) / 2]
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Tic Tac Toe

Tic Tac Toe
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Age Calculator_Basic


Age Calculator_Basic

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Quadratic Equation Calculator

Quadratic Equation Calculator

Quadratic Form: Ax2 + Bx + C = 0
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