Internal slot. The cached printable representation of the URI. It might
be different than the original string, though, because the user might have escaped non-reserved chars - they won't be escaped when the URI is printed.
Internal slot. Used to prevent unnessary work, looking for chars to escape and unescape.
The fragment component of an URI.
Internal slot. Cached hash value, so we don't have to compute it more than once.
The host component of an URI.
Internal slot. The cached parsed representation of the URI path.
The path component of an URI.
The plist slot contains a standard Common Lisp property list.
The port component of an URI.
The query component of an URI.
The scheme component of an URI.
The class of URI objects.
Slot Access Functions