converts into a URL-style, percent-encoded ASCII string.
- The string in URLEncode can include any Unicode characters.
- Any non-ASCII or reserved character is represented by its hexadecimal character code with a prepended.
- URLEncode has option CharacterEncoding, which specifies the character encoding to be used to generate character codes. The default setting is .
- The first argument of URLEncode can be a string, a number, or the following special forms:
None,Null,Missing "" True "true" False "false"
URLEncode threads over lists:
Introduced in 2014