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Thread: My post to http doesn't support hashtag not even via html code

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    Unhappy My post to http doesn't support hashtag not even via html code

    Hi everyone!
    I have a code to send a post to my social network via API using this code:

    true == function()
    {
    var getMyItem = function (str)
    {
    if (sessionStorage.getItem(str) == null)
    {
    setMyItem(str, 0);
    return 0;
    }
    return sessionStorage.getItem(str);
    }
    var setMyItem = function (key, value)
    {
    sessionStorage.setItem(key, value);
    }

    function bot(post)
    {
    const Http = new XMLHttpRequest();
    var Token="xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"; // Token
    var ID= "xxxxxx";
    var url= 'https://bot.xxx/api/'+Token+'/sendMessage?text='+post+'&chat_id='+ID;
    Http.open("GET", url);
    Http.send();
    }

    When it comes to call the post like this code,:
    var myDate = new Date().toTimeString().replace(/.*(\d{2}:\d{2}:\d{2}).*/, "$1");
    var post_n = "Hi. It's: " + myDate + "\n";
    var post = encodeURI(post_n);

    if (getMyItem(key + "htr") != "yes")
    {
    bot(post);
    setMyItem((key + "htr"),"yes");
    }


    return true;
    }
    }()
    It doesnt support # sign in my browsers including Chrome an Firefox and nothing is sent actually.
    So if it was for Telegram, the bot was this (and I donno if it works or not but I'm talking about another SN):
    var url= 'https://api.telegram.org/'+Token+'...

    Please tell me how to send # code. By the way, "%23" doesn't work.

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    Default Re: My post to http doesn't support hashtag not even via html code

    What language is that? It does not look like java.
    If you don't understand my answer, don't ignore it, ask a question.

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    Default Re: My post to http doesn't support hashtag not even via html code

    I'm not an expert. I know it works anyway but the problem is with # sign.

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    Default Re: My post to http doesn't support hashtag not even via html code

    Has anyone got a solution?

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