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resolving digital object identifiers
Hi I'm a student doing a bit of research and I found that academia has become fond of these things called DOIs they're a little like DNs in that they're registered with a registry which points you to the last known URI for the object so as the web changes the URI can change but the DOI still works. the doi system is specified in ISO 26324: DOI System (2012) For more info see http://www.doi.org/hb.html
could we put a bit of code in the address bar that recognises the doi format.
maybe something like this
doi(addr): a, b = split(addr, ','); b, c = split(b, '/'); if int(a) == 10 & int(b) > 1000: addr = 'https://doi.org/' & addr; return(addr);
#end sudo code
Modified by user1379501
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