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what is http?. http is stand for?.
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HTTP stands for HyperText Transfer Protocol. This is the protocol used to send a web page from a server to your web browser.
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Dear Maklisoh,
In a lighter vein it could also mean "High tension thriller pornography".

p.s. Please don't take this comment seriously.

- Ak47k
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