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You can replace the search?q= with #q=. In most contexts (though not StackOverflow answers) you can also get rid of the https://.

The %22 or %20 (encoding for a space character) can be replaced with + to make it shorter and easier to read.

You can even get rid of an o or e in google.com, but that doesn't seem worth the possible confusion IMO. (This only works if you don't specify HTTPS - do it with the https and let it redirect you to https.)

So, I believe that the shortest simple form of the original query - without using a URshortenerer - is this:

gogle.com/#q=get+google+search+URLgogle.com#q=get+google+search+URL

[edit: removed the slash from '.com/#q' as per @Adám]

You can replace the search?q= with #q=. In most contexts (though not StackOverflow answers) you can also get rid of the https://.

The %22 or %20 (encoding for a space character) can be replaced with + to make it shorter and easier to read.

You can even get rid of an o or e in google.com, but that doesn't seem worth the possible confusion IMO. (This only works if you don't specify HTTPS - do it with the https and let it redirect you to https.)

So, I believe that the shortest simple form of the original query - without using a URshortenerer - is this:

gogle.com/#q=get+google+search+URL

You can replace the search?q= with #q=. In most contexts (though not StackOverflow answers) you can also get rid of the https://.

The %22 or %20 (encoding for a space character) can be replaced with + to make it shorter and easier to read.

You can even get rid of an o or e in google.com, but that doesn't seem worth the possible confusion IMO. (This only works if you don't specify HTTPS - do it with the https and let it redirect you to https.)

So, I believe that the shortest simple form of the original query - without using a URshortenerer - is this:

gogle.com#q=get+google+search+URL

[edit: removed the slash from '.com/#q' as per @Adám]

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You can replace the 'search?q='search?q= with '#q='#q=. In most contexts (though not stackoverflowStackOverflow answers) you can also get rid of the 'https://'https://.

The '%22'%22 or '%20'%20 (encoding for a space character) can be replaced with '+'+ to make it shorter and easier to read.

You can even get rid of an 'o'o or 'e'e in google.com, but that doesn't seem worth the possible confusion IMO. (This only works if you don't specify HTTPS - do it with the https and let it redirect you to https.)

So, I believe that the shortest simple form of the original query - without using a URL shortnerURshortenerer - is this:

gogle.com/#q=get+google+search+URL

You can replace the 'search?q=' with '#q='. In most contexts (though not stackoverflow answers) you can also get rid of the 'https://'.

The '%22' or '%20' (encoding for a space character) can be replaced with '+' to make it shorter and easier to read.

You can even get rid of an 'o' or 'e' in google.com, but that doesn't seem worth the possible confusion IMO. (This only works if you don't specify HTTPS - do it with the https and let it redirect you to https.)

So, I believe that the shortest simple form of the original query - without using a URL shortner - is this:

gogle.com/#q=get+google+search+URL

You can replace the search?q= with #q=. In most contexts (though not StackOverflow answers) you can also get rid of the https://.

The %22 or %20 (encoding for a space character) can be replaced with + to make it shorter and easier to read.

You can even get rid of an o or e in google.com, but that doesn't seem worth the possible confusion IMO. (This only works if you don't specify HTTPS - do it with the https and let it redirect you to https.)

So, I believe that the shortest simple form of the original query - without using a URshortenerer - is this:

gogle.com/#q=get+google+search+URL

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You can replace the 'search?q=' with '#q='. In most contexts (though not stackoverflow answers) you can also get rid of the 'https://'.

The '%22' or '%20' (encoding for a space character) can be replaced with '+' to make it shorter and easier to read.

You can even get rid of an 'o' or 'e' in google.com, but that doesn't seem worth the possible confusion IMO. (This only works if you don't specify HTTPS - do it with the https and let it redirect you to https.)

So, I believe that the shortest simple form of the original query - without using a URL shortner - is this:

gogle.com/#q=get+google+search+URL