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feature on a browser program
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for when you cant remember whether a site was .com .net or something else,to type in .duh and have it look for all of them
technobadger, Jan 05 2002

whois.net http://www.whois.net/
Baked exactly as described. There are plenty of other sites that do the same thing, but this one has an easy to remember URL. [mwburden, Jan 06 2002, last modified Oct 04 2004]

Come join the fun! http://duh.com/
...or maybe not [thumbwax, May 01 2002, last modified Oct 04 2004]


       And if there is more than one? just displays them as a pair of links? or more like a search engine?
RobertKidney, Jan 05 2002

       perhaps new windows
technobadger, Jan 05 2002

       Ustabe you'd type url:whateverthehell and search, you'd get everything that contained the term plus everything that mimed it … whateverthehellyouwant, whateverthehellyouwnat, whateverthehellfor, and so on. Doesn't work like a dream, though
reensure, Jan 05 2002

       It's not a bad idea. Wild cards are used in many traditional search engines. Why not something that looks for variations of URLs and provide a list to choose from. This list could also include variations of spelling, hyphen vs. no hyphen and the mentioned suffixes.
RobGraham, Jan 06 2002

       I want a random button.
phoenix, Jan 06 2002

       darn thing's bouncin' again [...kicks the Autonomous PeterSealy Bot]
sdm, Jan 06 2002

       Yeah, I think my browser has a "find the matches" sort of search capability, so I'd have to call baked as well.   

       Looks like PeterSealy has defaulted into PeterSilly mode. Get out the defibrillator .........CLEAR!
Canuck, Jan 06 2002

       Sorry, but I have to go with [PeterSealy] on this one. Just go to whois.net (or any of 1000 other websites that let you do a whois lookup), type the part of the domain you know, and it will show you a list of matching domains.
mwburden, Jan 06 2002

       Yes, [mwburden], but that's not nearly as nice as just typing in ".duh" as a top-level domain wildcard.
bristolz, Apr 30 2002


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