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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I wonder, could anyone ever actually register such a weird domain name? Because if not, that would be the difference between theoretically, and practically acceptable.
    • Right. In fact, since this email exchange took place, Email::Valid's check that a domain is valid has become more useful, and would reject this. The only default test is for a fqdn, which has lately come to mean a fqdn for a valid internet domain.

      Still, the awful thing is that the address is valid according to 822, just not deliverable on this Earth's internet.
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      rjbs