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# Good example for testing
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# http://stevenlevithan.com/demo/parseuri/js/
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#' Parse and build urls according to RFC1808.
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#' Parse and build urls according to RFC3986.
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#'
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#' See <http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1808.html> for details of parsing
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#' See <https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3986> for details of parsing
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#' algorithm.
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#'
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#' @param url For `parse_url` a character vector (of length 1) to parse
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#' parse_url("http://google.com/")
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#' parse_url("http://google.com:80/")
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#' parse_url("http://google.com:80/?a=1&b=2")
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#'
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#' url <- parse_url("http://google.com/")
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#' url$scheme <- "https"
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#' url$query <- list(q = "hello")
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  fragment <- pull_off("#(.*)$")
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  scheme <- pull_off("^([[:alpha:]+.-]+):")
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  scheme <- pull_off("^([[:alpha:]][[:alpha:][:digit:]+.-]*):")
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  netloc <- pull_off("^//([^/?]*)/?")
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  if (identical(netloc, "")) { # corresponds to ///
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