PDP-11/40 videos

Andrew Burton aliensrcooluk at yahoo.co.uk
Fri Mar 16 17:06:32 CDT 2007



Ethan Dicks <ethan.dicks at gmail.com> wrote:
Indeed - I don't know of a modern filesystem that has a fixed number
of chars blocked out after the dot as RT-11 or OS/8 or ODS-1 or MS-DOS
did.  There's no reason to be stuck with such a limitation from the
past (though I _do_ use a distinction between .htm and .html on my own
web page - the web server doesn't care, the browsers don't care, but I
have some scripts that distinguish what do to based on how _I_ have
named the files.  In short, my own search and 'what's new' scripts
ignore pages named .htm).

So it sounds like we are in agreement here (just so you don't think
I'm trolling ;-)

-ethan


Ahhh, I see.

I wondered why there are web pages (at Sega's US website) named .jhtml and .xhtml etc. I thought they were special types of html pages, but I guess they can be named anything aslong as they have "htm" or "html" afterwards, or as long as the HTML define tags are included in the page?



Regards,
Andrew B
aliensrcooluk at yahoo.co.uk

PS. To try and keep this on topic, is it possible to surf the 'net on say a VAX? I don't expect it to run Flash etc. but basic text and images? Or would memory be a problem?





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