Several of the resolution service requests, such as I2Ls, I2Ns, result in a list of URIs being returned to the client. The text/uri- list Internet Media Type is defined to provide a simple format for the automatic processing of such lists of URIs. 
The format of text/uri-list resources is:
- Any lines beginning with the '#' character are comment lines and are ignored during processing. (Note that URIs may contain the '#' character, so it is only a comment character when it is the first character on a line.)
- The remaining non-comment lines shall be URIs (URNs or URLs), encoded according to the URL or URN specifications (RFC2141, RFC1738 and RFC2396). Each URI shall appear on one and only one line. Very long URIs are not broken in the text/uri-list format. Content-transfer-encodings may be used to enforce line length limitations.
- As for all text/* formats, lines are terminated with a CRLF pair.
# urn:isbn:0-201-08372-8 http://www.huh.org/books/foo.html http://www.huh.org/books/foo.pdf ftp://ftp.foo.org/books/foo.txt
- URI Resolution Services (RFC2483)
- The text/uri-list Internet Media Type (RFC2483)
- URI Resolution Services (RFC2483) (pg 12)