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    Using GenericUriParserOptions in a Net Compact Framework 3.5 project

    Hi. I have a handheld terminal on Windows CE6.0 Net CF3.5, and need to send urls to a web server without letting it include the (buggy) extra backslash you get when you convert the url to %5C and %2F etc. (encode all the parameters using the RFC 3986 standard).

    To this end I need to use GenericUriParserOptions, specifically DontUnescapePathDotsAndSlashes. I've been onto a few MS pages
    eg. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/lib...code-snippet-1

    where it says:

    Code:
    'Declaration
    <FlagsAttribute> _
    Public Enumeration GenericUriParserOptions
    'Usage
    Dim instance As GenericUriParserOptions
    The 'Dim instance As GenericUriParserOptions' is OK but the declaration doesn't make any sense to me or to the compiler. I'm expecting a function that does something like this:

    Code:
    Dim request As System.Net.HttpWebRequest = WebRequest.Create("http://" & DontUnescapePathDotsAndSlashes(myURL))
    but I don't understand the declaration bit or how to actually prevent the stray backslashes in the url after encoding the parameters.

    Thank you for your help.

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    You should do some general reading on enumerations and how to use them. Your code example is treating it like it's a method, which it's not. It's a value, so you pass it to a method as an argument. If you've read that page you linked to then you'd read this:
    You can combine any of these options to configure a generic URI parser by passing the options as a parameter to the System.GenericUriParser constructor.
    So, you create a GenericUriParser object and pass the value GenericUriParserOptions.DontUnescapePathDotsAndSla shes to the constructor.

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