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Date 2009-09-27.17:08:57
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The documentation of urllib.parse contains:
    URL encoded
    a “url-encoded” string
I am not sure what the official usage is, either in Python or more 
generally. Actually, in formal W3C documents the term used is percent-
encoding (with the hyphen, even when used as a noun). I don't expect 
anyone to use "percent-encoding" but maybe, especially as an adjective, 
the phrase in Python documentation should consistently be "url-encoded"?
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