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Thomas B. Passin scripsit:
> In the case of a file: URI, the colon has a special meaning when it
> separates the scheme form the rest of the URI, but the rest of the URI does
> not need the colon to be reserved, so it does not need to be escaped.
Not the issue here. The question is, are "%3A" and ":" interchangeable?
RFC 2396 says only the characters in the "unreserved" set are interchangeable
with their %xx counterparts.
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