Doug Ewell schrieb:
> Instead, the authors might wish to expand on the intended use of UTF-5
> for domain names and e-mail addresses, including a list of characters
> that should be considered "delimiters" for creating these compound-UTF-5
> hybrid strings. For example, '/' and ':' would be appropriate delimiters
> as well as '@' and '.'.
Add at least the following delimiters (there may be more):
'%', '!', '(', ')', '<', '>'
Probably adding ',' to the delimiters is a good idea, too.
And, "[" and "]" are even more special, like in email@example.com
... probably a true RFC expert is needed to sort all things out.
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