GET Request String Parser

The GET Request String Parser is a handy tool for breaking down HTTP GET request strings into parameter-value pairs and decoding URL-encoded sequences if necessary. By using this parser, you can easily extract and analyze the individual components of a GET request.

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Created: 2012-11-27 12:24:12, Last updated: 2023-05-27 10:06:25

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.

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GET request string parser

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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

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