The java.net.URI class provides an implementation of the Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) syntax as defined by RFC 3986. One of the methods provided by this class is toASCIIString(), which returns the String representation of the URI after all non-ASCII characters have been encoded.
An example use case of this method could be converting a URI with non-ASCII characters to a format that can be used in a network system or as part of a URL string. Here's some example code:
URI uri = new URI("http://example.com/with#non-ascii?query");
String asciiUri = uri.toASCIIString();
This will output: "http://example.com/with%23non-ascii?query"
The package library for this class would be java.net.
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