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  • escape() function makes a string portable to make its transmission to any network to any computer supported by ASCII characters. Basically it encodes a string.
    Special characters (except @ * + . / - _) are encoded by escape() function.

    It was used earlier and now it is deprecated on Java Script 1.5. Software testing services use encodeURI() or encodeURIComponent() instead of escape().

    escape() function supports Chrome, Edge, Firefox Safari and Opera browsers.

    Its syntax is: escape(string) where string is parameter and it is required to be mentioned to encode the string.
    Its return value will be a string that represents the encoded string.

    Example to encode a string:

    document.write(escape("This is encoded information!"));

    Output
    This%20is%20encoded%20information%21

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