These error codes might have been added as a joke, but if you search for them, you will find out these codes are apparently used in GNU Hurd?! https://www.gnu.org/software/hurd/faq_inlined.html
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Well, thank you, glibc. https://www.gnu.org/software/libc/manual/html_node/Error-Codes.html
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– it can be considered valid by the backend, which was built by John Smith
Okay, the tutorials I followed forgot to mention this. I just found out I also had to tell Wireshark to decode as HTTP on the custom 8443 port in the protocol preferences. Now it already looks quite usable with the "http" filter.
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Back then at university we were coding Scheme on a blackboard in class. At the end, instead of matching every opened parenthesis, we also used to write only one huge closing parenthesis... Not a good idea for real syntax, though. 🤨
I found an amazing Ruby syntax proposal from 9 years ago: https://bugs.ruby-lang.org/issues/5054
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