At 06:46 PM 12/4/2000 -0800, Tom Moran wrote:
I'm not trying to generate html or xml, I'm not even trying to see
whether a proposed file is legal.  I'm trying to look at the stuff out
there on the web and try to understand it.  Things like
<a href=www.x.y/a/b.c">
tend to surprise me, but not surprise popular browsers.

The general scheme for Uniform Resource Identifiers is contained in RFC 2396 (and others). But what you are seeing above is a non-standard (I think) extension that reflects most common usage, i.e. "http:" is assumed as the scheme qualifier.

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