I currently have a POST call with HTTPClient framework using JAVA, the method is not ours and i have found an interesting problem with the special characters. The call is sending a JSON Object, not using URL parameters. The call works well in my code and in postman but, if I put some special characters in the mix, the HTTPClient
special character “Â” is not work in Linux, converted into “?”
I consuming an api which is returning String with special characters, so I replace them with blank or some other user readable char. My code: The above code works fine for windows machine but in Linux “Â” converted into “?”, even other all special char converted into “?”. I am using Java, UTF-8 in my HTML. Please let me know
String.split() at a meta character +
I’m making a simple program that will deal with equations from a String input of the equation When I run it, however, I get an exception because of trying to replace the ” +” with a ” +” so i can split the string at the spaces. How should I go about using the string replaceAll method to replace these
How to escape a square bracket for Pattern compilation?
I have comma separated list of regular expressions: I have done a split on the comma. Now I’m trying to match this regex against a generated password. The problem is that Pattern.compile does not like square brackets that is not escaped. Can some please give me a simple function that takes a string like so: [0-9] and returns the escaped