Re: simple question on namespaces.
<SNIP/> > 4) a string of the form "http://foo.org/bar.txt#baz" is a URI reference > 5) a string of the form "www.whatever.com/foo.bar" is NOT a URI reference <SNIP/> Does anyone else get irritated that the rest of the world seems to think that 4 and 5 are the same? I see lots and lots of advertisements in magazines and on television that have 'URLs' of the form www.ourwebsite.com with no preceding 'http://'. In fact I'm even more irritated now that Outlook Express has highlighted the www. as if it were a link... It seems to me that only a small number of people in the world think that 4 and 5 are different. Perhaps more education is necessary... or maybe it's already too late... the mainstream browser accepts 'URLs' of the format shown in 5 :-( Gudge
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