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Why are hyphen characters forbidden in domain names?


By : Brandon Jones
Date : September 15 2020, 11:00 AM
around this issue You can certainly use hyphens in domains. See https://www.merriam-webster.com/ for example. Letters numbers AND hyphens are all allowed.
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What characters are forbidden in Windows and Linux directory names?


By : Blitz
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue A “comprehensive guide” of forbidden filename characters is not going to work on Windows because it reserves filenames as well as characters. Yes, characters like * " ? and others are forbidden, but there are a infinite number of names composed only of valid characters that are forbidden. For example, spaces and dots are valid filename characters, but names composed only of those characters are forbidden.
Windows does not distinguish between upper-case and lower-case characters, so you cannot create a folder named A if one named a already exists. Worse, seemingly-allowed names like PRN and CON, and many others, are reserved and not allowed. Windows also has several length restrictions; a filename valid in one folder may become invalid if moved to another folder. The rules for naming files and folders are on the Microsoft docs.

How to convert domain names with greek characters to an ascii URL?


By : user2302552
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you You can use any tool that supports "Libidn". A quick search showed SimpleDNS might be of help to you.
There are heaps of converters for IDN online, if that's enough for you, you can use one of them.

Handling special characters in domain names (without IDN)?


By : Dirac
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue getHost() = ignore everything from the start until :// and then capture everything until you get a slash.
Wouldn't that work?

Is there a list of forbidden method names for Grails domain objects?


By : machfivechild
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you Grails autodetects properties and assumes that they're persistent. Public fields in Groovy create a getter and setter under the hood so getters are assumed to be associated with persistent fields.
But if you want a helper method that starts with 'get' or 'is' but isn't a getter for a persistent field, you have two options. One is to use the transients list - see http://grails.org/doc/latest/ref/Domain%20Classes/transients.html

PowerShell: Filter list of file names using list of forbidden characters


By : V. James
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps Use a RegEx (short for Regular Expression) match instead of the -like comparative operator. The following will try to match any of the characters that you listed, as well as the question mark and double quotation mark. The preceeding backslash is an escape character, to make sure that it is a literal match, and the pipe between each character mean 'or' so it looks for any of the characters.
code :
$csv = Import-Csv .\FILES.CSV

$csvexport = $null

$csvExport = $csv | select name,length |Where-Object {$_.name -match "\`"|\'|\%|\||\#|\:|\<|\>|\/|\\|\?"}

$csvexport | export-csv .\filesupdated.csv -NoTypeInformation -NoClobber
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