URL Escaping is what causes those yucky percent-signs and numeric digits to show up sometimes in the middle of your otherwise perfectly legible URLs. These percent-escaped values are necessary because the list of allowed characters for a URL doesn’t cover many of the common punctuation marks we like to use, and also fails to cover the Unicode characters that are more and more common in the international world-wide web.
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