Koichi Taniguchi

NAME

URI::Escape::JavaScript - A perl implementation of JavaScript's escape() and unescape() functions

SYNOPSIS

 use URI::Escape::JavaScript qw(escape unescape);
 
 $string  = "\x{3084}\x{306f}\x{308a}\x{539f}\x{56e0}\x{306f} Yapp(ry";
 $escaped = escape($string);
 
 $escaped = '%u30B5%u30D6%u30C6%u30AF%u5165%u308A%u305F%u3044%uFF01%uFF01';
 $string  = unescape($escaped);

 use URI::Escape::JavaScript;
 
 $string  = "\x{30c9}\x{30f3}\x{5f15}\x{304d}\x{3057}\x{305f}";
 $escaped = js_escape($string);
 
 $escaped = '%u3059%u305A%u304D%u308A%u3093%u305F%u308D%u3046';
 $string  = js_unescape($escaped);

DESCRIPTION

URI::Escape::JavaScript provides JavaScript's escape() and unescape() functions. It works simplar to homonymous functions of JavaScript. URI::Escape doesn't work for escaping and unescaping JavaScript like Unicode URI-escape ("%uXXXX"). But you can use this module to do those.

FUNCTIONS

escape()

escape() works to escape a string to JavaScript's URI-escaped string. The argument of this function must be a flagged UTF-8 string (a.k.a. Perl's internal form). This function is exportable (but will not be exported by default). use it with arguments of function names if you want (It's for backward compatibility).

unescape()

unescape() works to unescape JavaScript's URI-escaped string to original string. It will return a flagged UTF-8 string (a.k.a. Perl's internal form). This function is also exportable (but will not be exported by default). use it with arguments of function names if you want (It's also for backward compatibility).

js_escape()

It's a synonym for escape(). This function will be exported on your namespace.

js_unescape()

It's a synonym for unescape(). This function will be exported on your namespace.

AUTHOR

Koichi Taniguchi <taniguchi@livedoor.jp>

LICENSE

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

SEE ALSO

URI::Escape, Encode, Encode::JavaScript::UCS




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