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# URI

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A Uniform Resource Identifiers (URI) is a string of characters that identifies unambiguously a resource. It is a standard in the WWW world.

The syntax:

uri = scheme:[//authority]path[?query][#fragment]
authority = [[email protected]]host[:port]
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Examples:

## URL

A Uniform Resource Location (URL) is an URI type used to identify a resource on the Internet. It provides the

## URN

A Uniform Resource Name (URN) is an URI type that identifies a given resource by name on a given namespace. For example, a book’s isbn.

Or if you don't know what a response is, you can always write a webmention comment (you don't need to know what that is).