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I'm writing a multilingual dictionary web app; trying to make a redirect such that when a user types in something like

it redirects him to

So right now my .htaccess file, stored in the "dictionary" folder, only has one line:

RedirectMatch ^/dictionary/([a-km-z])([a-z]*)(/)?$$1$2 [NE]

The [a-mk-z] is so that when you get redirected to dictionary/language, it doesn't trigger the same effect. None of my languages start with L, so it's really no problem.

It works fine except that it changes the language/?lang to language/%3flang, which of course means that the language name doesn't get passed to the script. Is there any way to fix this? I tried the [NE] tag, but as you can see, it didn't work.

Thanks in advance.

Wed Jul 01, 2009 9:47 pm
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Yeah, It's the computer's type of language to fill in something like a space or an underscore, it will create ?% or something like that. But when I look at your post again, I dun really understand how that happened

RedirectMatch ^/dictionary/([a-km-z])([a-z]*)(/)?$$1$2 [NE]

Sun Sep 13, 2009 4:49 pm
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