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Which Browsers do not support Frames / iFrames?

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I am thinking about doing a website with frames but I would like to know all of the browsers which do and do not support frames and If possible, the percentage of users who these browsers. Like this:

Browser   |   Frames   |   Percent of users who use this Browser
IE 6         |   Yes         |  ??%
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Yes That was helpful but do you know what percentage of users do not support Iframes???
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The percentage is very subjective issue, i think we can't provide you the exact percentages, sorry about that.
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