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Using the Parser
- Enter the GET request string into the "GET request string" text field.
- Click the "Calculate" button to initiate the parsing process.
The parser will separate the string into three columns: "Name," "Value," and "Decoded URL-encoded value." The "Name" column represents the parameter names, the "Value" column displays the corresponding parameter values, and the "Decoded URL-encoded value" column shows the URL-decoded values of any encoded sequences found in the request string.
The output table provides a clear overview of the parsed GET request string, allowing you to easily identify and analyze the parameter-value pairs and their decoded values. Refer to the "Parsing GET Request Strings" section below the calculator.
Parsing GET Request Strings
GET request strings are commonly used in HTTP to send data to a web server. They consist of parameters appended to a URL, separated by the "?" symbol and delimited by "&" symbols. Each parameter is represented by a name-value pair.
With the GET Request String Parser, you can efficiently break down and examine the components of a GET request string. Whether you're debugging, analyzing API calls, or simply working with HTTP GET requests, this tool simplifies the process by decoding URL-encoded values and presenting the data in a structured format.
Enhance your understanding of GET request strings and effortlessly extract valuable information with the GET Request String Parser.
P.S. This one - URL Unescape Calculator might be useful as well