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I ran into the same thing working on an IPython notebook. You can simply use URL encoding for:

  • ( which is %28, and for
  • ) which is %29.  

Reference: https://www.w3schools.com/tags/ref_urlencode.asp

I ran into the same thing working on an IPython notebook. You can simply use URL encoding for:

  • ( which is %28, and for
  • ) which is %29.  

I ran into the same thing working on an IPython notebook. You can simply use URL encoding for:

  • ( which is %28, and for
  • ) which is %29.

Reference: https://www.w3schools.com/tags/ref_urlencode.asp

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I ran into the same thing working on an IPython notebook. You can simply use URL encoding for:

  • ( which is %28, and for
  • ) which is %29.  

This worked for me.

I ran into the same thing working on an IPython notebook. You can simply use URL encoding for:

  • ( which is %28, and for
  • ) which is %29.  

This worked for me.

I ran into the same thing working on an IPython notebook. You can simply use URL encoding for:

  • ( which is %28, and for
  • ) which is %29.
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I ran into the same thing working on an IPython notebook. You can simply use URL encoding for:

  • ( which is %28, and for
  • ) which is %29.

This worked for me. Thanks to whoever posted this for cluing me in:

http://ext.raneous.net/post/14580141233/markdown-urls-with-parentheses

I ran into the same thing working on an IPython notebook. You can simply use URL encoding for:

  • ( which is %28, and for
  • ) which is %29.

This worked for me. Thanks to whoever posted this for cluing me in:

http://ext.raneous.net/post/14580141233/markdown-urls-with-parentheses

I ran into the same thing working on an IPython notebook. You can simply use URL encoding for:

  • ( which is %28, and for
  • ) which is %29.

This worked for me.

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