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The following example is a parameter/value pair.
Parameter values must be URL-encoded. There are some characters, such as an asterisk or space,
that cannot go into a URL. There are equivalents of these characters that you use in requests instead.
For example, the URL encoded equivalent of a space is %20. So, instead of writing
Smith you would write
Parameter names and values are case sensitive. For example, the following declaration is fine.
The following examples return errors because the capitalization is incorrect.
As you can see in these examples, parameter names and values start with capitals. If the name or value is a compound word, the beginning of each new word is capitalized, for example, in the parameter name, SearchIndex, the "I" is capitalized.