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Web (HTTP)

The HTTP is the Internet protocol used by World Wide Web browsers and servers to exchange information. The protocol defines what actions Web servers and browsers should take in response to various commands, thus making it possible for a user to use a client program to enter a URL, or choose a hyperlink, and retrieve text, graphics, sound, and other digital information from a Web server. All URLs of files on Web servers begin with http://.

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