I’ve got a request from a reader, JasonL, to post the function I’ve written to overcome the query string problem that I’ve talked about in the previous post.
You can take a look at my solution here.
My implementation is to take the query part of the current URL, split it and only then perform URL decode on the values (only) of each parameter.
I know that some of you will probably implement the function’s prototype a bit differently by passing the URL to it instead of the function extracting the URL directly from the current request, but to make things simpler that the route I’ve chosen.
The main “problem” with my implementation is that I use a SortedDictionary (the generic one) which will not return null when a key does not exists, instead, it will throw an exception (so be sure to use the ContainsKey function).
I probably did that mainly from a lazy point of view and I just love generics 🙂