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Berners-Lee regrets using dots in URLs

Tim Berners-Lee regretted using dots in URL

At a later time, Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web, remarked that he should have used slashes throughout the URL instead of dots (period signs) in the domain name.

I wonder what would have happened to the file name and the extension? Would he have replaced the dot with the slash in it too?

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