Uri.IsHexEncoding(String, Int32) Method

Definition

Determines whether a character in a string is hexadecimal encoded.

public:
 static bool IsHexEncoding(System::String ^ pattern, int index);
public static bool IsHexEncoding (string pattern, int index);
static member IsHexEncoding : string * int -> bool
Public Shared Function IsHexEncoding (pattern As String, index As Integer) As Boolean

Parameters

pattern
String

The string to check.

index
Int32

The location in pattern to check for hexadecimal encoding.

Returns

A Boolean value that is true if pattern is hexadecimal encoded at the specified location; otherwise, false.

Examples

The following code example determines whether a character is hexadecimal encoded and, if so, writes the equivalent character to the console.

String^ testString = "%75";
int index = 0;
if ( Uri::IsHexEncoding( testString, index ) )
{
   Console::WriteLine( "The character is {0}",
      Uri::HexUnescape( testString, index ) );
}
else
{
   Console::WriteLine( "The character is not hex encoded" );
}
string testString = "%75";
int index = 0;
if (Uri.IsHexEncoding(testString, index))
     Console.WriteLine("The character is {0}", Uri.HexUnescape(testString, ref index));
else
     Console.WriteLine("The character is not hexadecimal encoded");
Dim testString As String = "%75"
Dim index As Integer = 0
If Uri.IsHexEncoding(testString, index) Then
    Console.WriteLine("The character is {0}", Uri.HexUnescape(testString, index))
Else
    Console.WriteLine("The character is not hexadecimal encoded")
End If

Remarks

The IsHexEncoding method checks for hexadecimal encoding that follows the pattern "%hexhex" in a string, where "hex" is a digit from 0 to 9 or a letter from A-F (case-insensitive).

Applies to