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JavaScript + Delphi HELP needed thank you!

xtmextme Member Posts: 12
Hello there,

I wasn't sure where to post this as it deals with Javascript as well as
Delphi.So felt that this was the safest bet. OK, this may sound like a
Strange request, so bear with me while I try and explain.

I have made a program that allows our users to generate HTML code and I
haveA server built using pure Delphi (thanks to the RTC SDK component set). Now Certain parts of the HTML need to hidden away from the "average" user letsSay. I am aware nothing is 100% secure. Anyway I have found a JavascriptSite that will allow me to encode the HTML and then be spit out using Javascript uuencoded.

What I would like to know is, can I get a Delphi function that will do
the Same for me?If I enter HTML (in either string or TString) it will output the exact same Uunencoded and coded format that the Javascript does ? Here is the link to The Javascript page
http://scriptasylum.com/tutorials/encdec/html_encoder.html

Any help on this is greatly appreciated.

Regards
Anthoni

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  • zibadianzibadian Member Posts: 6,349
    : Hello there,
    :
    : I wasn't sure where to post this as it deals with Javascript as well as
    : Delphi.So felt that this was the safest bet. OK, this may sound like a
    : Strange request, so bear with me while I try and explain.
    :
    : I have made a program that allows our users to generate HTML code and I
    : haveA server built using pure Delphi (thanks to the RTC SDK component set). Now Certain parts of the HTML need to hidden away from the "average" user letsSay. I am aware nothing is 100% secure. Anyway I have found a JavascriptSite that will allow me to encode the HTML and then be spit out using Javascript uuencoded.
    :
    : What I would like to know is, can I get a Delphi function that will do
    : the Same for me?If I enter HTML (in either string or TString) it will output the exact same Uunencoded and coded format that the Javascript does ? Here is the link to The Javascript page
    : http://scriptasylum.com/tutorials/encdec/html_encoder.html
    :
    : Any help on this is greatly appreciated.
    :
    : Regards
    : Anthoni
    :
    You should check out the Indy components. They have built a lot of internet components, including UUE encoders/decoders. The site is: www.indyproject.org
  • xtmextme Member Posts: 12
    Thank you!

    We are looking it over and will tell you what we find!




    : : Hello there,
    : :
    : : I wasn't sure where to post this as it deals with Javascript as well as
    : : Delphi.So felt that this was the safest bet. OK, this may sound like a
    : : Strange request, so bear with me while I try and explain.
    : :
    : : I have made a program that allows our users to generate HTML code and I
    : : haveA server built using pure Delphi (thanks to the RTC SDK component set). Now Certain parts of the HTML need to hidden away from the "average" user letsSay. I am aware nothing is 100% secure. Anyway I have found a JavascriptSite that will allow me to encode the HTML and then be spit out using Javascript uuencoded.
    : :
    : : What I would like to know is, can I get a Delphi function that will do
    : : the Same for me?If I enter HTML (in either string or TString) it will output the exact same Uunencoded and coded format that the Javascript does ? Here is the link to The Javascript page
    : : http://scriptasylum.com/tutorials/encdec/html_encoder.html
    : :
    : : Any help on this is greatly appreciated.
    : :
    : : Regards
    : : Anthoni
    : :
    : You should check out the Indy components. They have built a lot of internet components, including UUE encoders/decoders. The site is: www.indyproject.org
    :

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