Probably it makes sense only there.
> In any case I'd suggest something a little more mnemonic, like maybe:
> Of course that takes the = character away from the anchor name syntax,
> but I for one won't miss it.
It gives me some feeling of uncertanty. It puts a hard task on a parser, to
decide whether it is anchor name or line addressing. With ## there are
far less things to worry about.
> > 3. URL: doc.html##/foobar/[n]
> > "Set top of display to the first [n-th] occurance of word
> > (desirable regexp) 'foobar' inside rendered doc.html".
Dunno. ``;'' is used e.g. in ftp scheme to designate type of file. It would
probably create a lot of confusion if we use it here. Maybe use of comma sign
would be better?
> >Please note use of #/ extension in this case:
> I think you will lose badly if you attempt to use / in fragment
How about \/ , like in lots of programs where / is used to delimit search
pattern ?? -- Mirsad