Here's a URI that's not a URL:
The reason that this is not a URL is because this system could respond to different protocols.
This URI could have a URL like any of these:
Hopefully that makes sense!
I don't think example.test.com is a valid URI. In RFC3986:
URI = scheme ":" hier-part [ "?" query ] [ "#" fragment ]
And it didn't say anything about that schema can be ignored. Also ":" seems to be necessary in the definition. Am I thinking wrong?
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