> Comment #65203
In fact, the URL I use in my browser, if any one cares about it, is:
where "%s" will be whatever I type. This URL will be a GET request - not a POST request, that happens when we type in the Duckduckgo input, in the search page. I prefer GET because it is easierly kept in my browsers' history. :)
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