[E-Lang] Pet Extensions and such (was: what is good about E?)
Wed, 25 Jul 2001 10:00:41 -0700 (PDT)
Mark Miller writes:
>3) The Mime Type (called on Windows the "Content Type"), which in my system
>are respectively "text/html" and "text/plain".
"Content type" is actually an accepted--and even preferred--term for these,
since, with the advent of HTTP, they are used for things other than
labelling parts of email (remember, MIME == "Multipurpose Internet Mail
Extensions"). In fact, the HTTP response header that indicates the type of
the result is named "Content-Type".