On Fri, 20 Jun 2003 18:10:22 -0400
"Richard O. Hammer" <ROHammer(_at_)earthlink(_dot_)net> wrote:
If Vladis and Keith are right (that the entire CRLF.CRLF should be
dropped), then the final "line" of data would typically have no CRLF.
It would consist of a set of bytes ending without a CRLF.
Do you think that is right?
what you might see is ... cr lr cr lf . cr lf
in other words, the last line of the message really does end in cr lf,
and is followed by cr lf . cr lf.
if I'm writing code to send a message, I certanly don't want to trust
the message to end in cr lf, and I don't want to check either.
I want to say
though I'd be curious if anyone has tried to measure how many messages
received don't end in CR LF.