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Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote,
> All the "always resolves" means is that if the http: endowed URI is
> handed to a resolver, it will resolve. What gets returned may be
> caca, but it will resolve.
What? Even http://this.host.does.not.exist/ ?
You won't even get a 404 from that. Do you count TCP-level failures as