And if you see "no v=spf1" (no matter on which side, TXT or SPF),
then you'd be sure (?) that the result is NONE if the other side
results in a timeout or error, because it makes no sense to have
good TXT (or SPF) records without v=spf1, plus an SPF (or TXT)
with v=spf1. If both RRs exist and work, they either both have
v=spf1, or they both don't have it.
This is exactly what I wrote (using different words) earlier.
Wayne made a point that type99 may produce garbage looking like
a result set; please see
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