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From: dan at (Dan Wilder)
Subject: Strange netcat behavior

On Fri, Oct 17, 2003 at 03:11:44PM +0100, thalm wrote:
> Yes, that is correct.  But my point is why does netcat defaults to a LF
> behavior (don't know if there is the option of sending CRLF instead of LF)
> and telnet defaults defaults to CRLF ?
> netcat is very much used to "talk" to HTTP servers. So why does netcat does
> not use by default CRLF ?  Again, this breaks HTTP RFC rules concerning HTTP
> server and HTTP client behavior...

Arr!   And what relation does this topic have to the list charter?

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