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  • Aardvark | March 8, 2006

    The function <a href="http://www.kanolife.com/escape/2006/03/escape-and-unescape-javascript.html">utf8Escape</a&gt; generates a pure UTF8 escaped string and will should handle all Unicode character sets on Unicode enabled browsers. It is also fully compatible with the JavaScript "unescape" function.

  • Aardvark | March 8, 2006

    This shoud link to code.

  • molsen | March 8, 2006

    How do I compare the image that was created to the text field. Do I pass something in a hidden field? Is there an example of how this Add Comment code does the comparison? Thanks!

  • peter | July 24, 2006

    Tools on this website: http://www.webtoolkit.info/ can do the job very well.

  • Dev | April 14, 2007

    Thanks! Saved some time.

  • Lee Provoost | May 10, 2007

    Thanks a lot man! Just solved our problem and our headache… 😉 Not that easy to hunt down these kind of bugs when you’re working with Ajax/JEE.

  • JD Kasinsky | January 7, 2008

    Thanks man, very usefull. The encodeURIComponent() function works perfect instead of escape()


  • William Sutanto | April 10, 2010

    thanks dude, works pretty good at pdfcast.org
    does it work well on cross-browsers?

  • Zuolin | May 21, 2010

    Perfect! It solves all issues using EncodeURIComponent instead of Escape and EncodeURI.

    Thanks a lot

  • Felix | August 10, 2010


  • jual celana | February 15, 2012

    I was just browsing for related blog posts for my project research and I happened to discover yours. Thanks for the excellent information!