kris at bbridgetech.com
Sun Jul 10 11:05:22 PDT 2005
I suppose it's how you look at what is boolean. "True"/"False" are
booleans, except it doesn't really matter in that we're casting most of
this into strings. I guess "true" or "false" will be best for that
But, umm, what is/will be the standard for this? Will they be
capitalized, all caps, or all lower-case? I tried looking through some
RFCs; 971 was one of the first to pop-up on google, but didn't really
say too much.
On 2005/07/10, at 10:42 AM, Brad Fitzpatrick wrote:
> Plus true/false is very clearly a boolean, and not an integer value.
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