So sprach »Jeff Grossman« am 2001-09-12 um 12:16:29 -0700 :
> Hello,
> I have a page which is a form for people to fill in.  There is one input 
> line where the user enters in an e-mail address.  Currently the page is 
> using java to verify that e-mail address.  It looks like the java code 
> is only checking for an "@" side, but I want it to also check for a "." 
> and the end of the domain type.  Somebody else wrote this code for me, 

Well, in theory, legal adresses do not need to contain a . in the domain
part.  Neither RFC822 requires this, nor anything else.  In fact,
foobar@tv is a completely legal adress.

Alexander Skwar
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