urldecode: Decode percent-encoded strings.

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Pass a list of percent-encoded strings to the executable as arguments and it will print the decoded versions, separated by newlines.

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License BSD-3-Clause
Copyright (c) 2012 Benedict Eastaugh
Author Benedict Eastaugh
Maintainer benedict@eastaugh.net
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Home page https://github.com/beastaugh/urldecode
Source repo head: git clone git://github.com/beastaugh/urldecode.git
Uploaded by BenedictEastaugh at 2012-06-26T16:08:16Z
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urldecode is a tiny command-line tool to decode percent-encoded strings, i.e. those including strings like %2F replacing /.

To use it, just pass any number of space-separated strings to the program and it will print the decoded versions to standard out, separating them with newlines.

$ urldecode "%2F%2E" "%2E%2F"