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  1. In the field of computer networking, a URI scheme is the top level of the Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) naming structure

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  2. All URIs and absolute URI references are formed with a scheme name, followed by a colon character (":"), and the remainder of the URI called (in the outdated RFCs 1738 and 2396, but not the current STD 66/RFC 3986) the scheme-specific part

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  3. The syntax and semantics of the scheme-specific part are left largely to the specifications governing individual schemes, subject to certain constraints such as reserved characters and how to "escape" them

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  4. are sometimes erroneously referred to as "protocols", or specifically as URI protocols or URL protocols, since most were originally designed to be used with a particular protocol, and often have the same name

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  5. for instance, is generally used for interacting with Web resources using HyperText Transfer Protocol

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