In <1rknlpINN55l at MINERVA.CIS.YALE.EDU> smith-una at yale.edu (Una Smith) writes:
>>(for those interested, somewhere on the net is a list
>>of country names for the codes at, au, be, ... I don't
>>have it handy, so leave it to you to find).
>It's a FAQ in comp.mail.answers: "Top Level..."
au is Australia, at is Austria. In Europe at least the last domain
name in the internet address is often exactly the same as the country
registration that you find on cars.
e.g. fr France, uk United Kingdom, nl Netherlands,
And since the last domain has two letters you can
with a little bit of imagination you can guess that de is Germany,
fi is Finland, se is Sweden, no is Norway etc
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