>>>>> Petr Baudis <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> Remember that it's an URL (so you can't use '%'), and '#' is the
> canonical URL fragment identifier delimiter. (And fragments are
> perfect for this kind of thing, if you look at the RFC, BTW.)

Ouch, true--rule out %...

> Still, why would you escape it? My shell will not take # as a
> comment start if it is immediately after an alphanumeric character.

Well, you just taught me something about bash I didn't know....

/me goes back to his hole with some more knowledge.




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