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I've posted a wikipedia link as a comment to this post:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1962101/are-there-common-methods-for-hashing-an-input-file-to-a-fixed-set-of-values

Apparently the length of the link has fallen on the threshold that SO uses to truncate comments and add ellipsis and an off-by-one error has caused it to add an unnecessary trailing slash to the link text.

(I've added the comment to this post and the behavior is reproducible)

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Hmm.. doesn't seem to be a problem for my test comment. The Url is a dummy one, yea? – o.k.w Dec 26 '09 at 7:02
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@o.k.w: it's not about the url, it's about the length of the url – fretje Dec 26 '09 at 11:52
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It's fixed now!

Thanks!

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