FormURLEncoded datatype represents an ordered list of key-value pairs with possible duplicates. The
encode function allows to transform
FormURLEncoded into a
Maybe String according to
decode function transforms a string into a
Maybe FormURLEncoded structure.
form-urlencoded with Spago:
spago install form-urlencoded
encode function to properly encode an array of key-value pairs, and the
decode function to decode an encoded string.
> import Data.FormURLEncoded (fromArray, encode) > import Data.Maybe (Maybe(..)) > import Data.Tuple (Tuple(..)) > encode $ fromArray > [ Tuple "hey" Nothing > , Tuple "Oh" (Just "Let's go!") > ] Just "hey&Oh=Let's+go!" > decode "a=aa&b=bb" Just (FormURLEncoded [(Tuple "a" (Just "aa")),(Tuple "b" (Just "bb"))])
form-urlencoded documentation is stored in a few places:
- Module documentation is published on Pursuit.
- Written documentation is kept in the docs directory.
- Usage examples can be found in the test suite.
If you get stuck, there are several ways to get help:
- Open an issue if you have encountered a bug or problem.
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You can contribute to
form-urlencoded in several ways:
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