A Unique Resource Locator.
URLs can be parsed (see parseURL) and implicitly convert to strings.
Implicitly convert URLs to strings.
The append operator (~).
The append-in-place operator (~=).
Convert this URL to a string. The string is intended to be human-readable rather than machine-readable.
Convert this URL to a string. The string is properly formatted and usable for, eg, a web request.
The fragment. In web documents, this typically refers to an anchor element. For instance, in the URL https://cnn.com/news/story/17774#header2, the fragment is "header2".
The password in this URL. Usually absent.
The port that was explicitly provided in the URL.
The query parameters associated with this URL.
The URL scheme. For instance, ssh, ftp, or https.
The username in this URL. Usually absent. If present, there will also be a password.