19.0.0 released Nov 08, 2023
Purpose: Web(HTML)-encode string.
encode-web <string> to [ define ] <encoded string> \
[ output-length [ define ] <encoded length> ] \
[ input-length <length> ]
encode-web encodes <string> so it can be used in a HTML-like markup text (such as a web page or an XML/XHTML document), and stores the result in <encoded string> which may be created with optional "define". <encoded string> is allocated memory.
Optional "output-length" clause lets you get the length of the encoded string in <encoded length>, which can be created with optional "define". You can encode only the first <length> bytes, given by an "input-length" clause.
In this example, a string "str" will be web-encoded and the result is in "result" variable, with its length in "len_of_result" variable:
char str=" x<y>z&\"' ";
encode-web str to define result output-length define len_of_result
The "result" is " x<y>z&"' " and "len_of_result" is 33.
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