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string llUnescapeURL(string url)

Returns the string that is the URL unescaped version of url, replacing "%20" with spaces, etc.
The function can output raw UTF-8 strings.

Like llEscapeURL, this function can only output 254 characters.

See llEscapeURL.

Note that llUnescapeURL does not recognize "+" as a space. When using PHP to encode strings for this you will need to use rawurlencode(), not urlencode().

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This function does not produce the /0 character for %00, but an empty string. Any ideas?
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