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Figure 3-6 shows the output of this HTML.
FIGURE 3-6 Output of the email address input type
Just as with the url input type, if you type text that doesn't match the format of an email
address, you receive a warning message (see Figure 3-7).
FIGURE 3-7 Validation for the email address input type
This validation helps ensure that you don't mistype your email address. Of course, it
doesn't prevent you from entering an invalid email address, only one where the format
doesn't match correctly to what would be expected such as having the @ symbol and ending
with a .com or other domain suffix.