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>Emily Skarzenski responded to that post with an alternative URL:
>http://stc.org/region2/phi/n&v/soft0196.html. This caused me some
>consternation, because it made me think that I'd carelessly misled the list,
>when I could have sworn that I checked my original notation of the URL.
>Nevertheless, I checked the two URLs, and found that BOTH of them work.
That's because they ARE the same URL, the only difference being 'n%26v' and
'n&v'. Strictly, things like ampersands (&) and tildes (~) are supposed to
be converted into their 'escaped' form, and I think you'll find that '%26'
is the escaped form of the ampersand.