In AS2 forward slashes got url-encoded to %2F when you escaped them. But in AS3 they get ignored and left as they are. In some situations I have found that this can cause problems. So you can do it manually using this regular expression.
- var myString:String = "/";
- var urlEncodeForwardSlashedRegExp:RegExp = new RegExp("/", "gi");
- myString = myString.replace(urlEncodeForwardSlashedRegExp, "%2F");
- // OUTPUT
- // /
- // %2F
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