MXJ special charactor??

Jan 31, 2011 at 3:46pm

MXJ special charactor??

hello,

I found one big problem when i use below code for URLEncoding.
URLEncoder.encode(str, “UTF-8″);

with farther more checking some example,
I found below mxj code working strange.

public class testEncoder extends MaxObject {
public testEncoder() {
declareIO(1, 1);
createInfoOutlet(false);
}

public void bang() {
post(“%3A”);
}
}

when i send bang to this mxj object, i found folloing letters in max window.

-0X1.FE844199EA88P+0

does anybody has an idea about this??

thanks in advance.

best

#54694
Mar 21, 2011 at 11:26am

post() is doing sprintf-style interpretation of %-sequences. %A is a hexadecimal representation of a double-precision float. Since you don’t pass a double in your call to post(), it uses whatever it finds on the stack.

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