safe_send () & safe_receive ()

Sending a long string using a URL may not be an easy way to do. qE's safe_send & safe_receive trying to help you to do so safely.

function safe_send ($string)

Use this function to create a safe string for URL transport.

function safe_receive ($string)

Use this function to receive the string from the URL.

Example 1

<?php
require './includes/user_init.php';

$str = 'this is "A long\' $tring to s3nd $!@$%';
$url_friendly = safe_send ($str);

echo $url_friendly;

$original = safe_receive ($url_friendly);

echo '<br />'.$original;
?>

Please note, this is a safer way to send a string using a URL, but not a safe way to send a secret.


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