Re: MIME and HTRQ/V1.0 question

Bill Janssen <>
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Date: 	Wed, 19 May 1993 11:29:20 PDT
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Subject: Re: MIME and HTRQ/V1.0 question
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Excerpts from ext.WorldWideWeb: 19-May-93 MIME and HTRQ/V1.0 question
Tony (2518)

> 3   Context-type: application/binary [for binary files and]
>     Context-type: text/plain [for text files]

I presume a binary file is any that contains an octet outside the values
[00H..7FH]?  In that case, sounds reasonable to me.  Remember that
text/plain really means "text/plain; charset=us-ascii".