RE: [hackers-il] Specifying a file fragment in URI
> -----Original Message-----[snip]
> From: Omer Zak [mailto:omerz@...]
> I googled in vain for any standard (official or de-facto) wayI'd like to comment. This part of the URI is parsed by the browser
> to do this.
> So, before going forth and inventing my own specification,
> can any kind
> soul please direct me to the established way of doing this?
in case of a URL, so you might want to think of a way that will work
with conventional browsers; The '#' example that you gave won't.
What can work is a server-side script that will get the location as
a parameter, convert the text to html (by wrapping it with <html>
<body><pre> and </pre></body></html> and insert the anchor
in html in the right location, like:
- On Mon, Jun 28, 2004, Omer Zak wrote about "Found! (was: Re: [hackers-il] Specifying a file fragment in URI)":
> I tried again to google and found:You should note that HTTP 1.1 already a way to get only a byte range from
> It is exactly what I was looking for!
a file: search "byte ranges" in:
It's not exactly what you wanted, but it's an efficient way to actually
get just the byte range you're interested in, instead of getting all the
file and then taking just a part of it. (of course, this only applies if
you get files with HTTP; FTP has another method for getting a part of the
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- Hi all,
I am writing an academic research programm and I need an open source JAVA
library or technique to plot an xy graph. There must be, however, an ability
to plot thousands of points on the graph since I have a large data set.
also, since the data is big, It must also have scrolling or zooming
capability so we can visually local maximal points, etc...
I would very much apperciate any help.