On Sep 17, 10:06 pm, Daniel DeLorme <dan... / dan42.com> wrote:
> franco wrote:
> > not a weakness, in that string 'behold:' is a valid uri, it has a
> > scheme with a scheme delimeter (":"). "www.abc.com" is not an
> > unambiguous uri, no scheme present.
>
> Is it a valid uri if nothing is present after the scheme? Anyway, I know
> that the results are technically valid but they are less than useful if
> you want, say, to extract and "linkify" urls that users might have
> written inside a message. (which is what I assumed the OP wanted but I
> might have been mistaken)
>
> Daniel

you could just select the ones with a scheme scpecific part? or screen
scrape for //a/@href to get all hyperreferenced anchors (links).