Web Science/Part1: Foundations of the web/Web Architecture/Hypertext Transfer Protocol/Summary, Further readings, Homework

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1. Which port does HTTP usually use?

8080
80
443
23
70

2. HTTP/1.0 requests

include request Line, headers, an empty line and an optional message body
headers, an empty line and an optional message body
have a header in ASCII
have a header in UTF-8
are compatible with gopher requests

3. HTTP/1.0 responses

include status Line, headers, an empty line and an optional message body
headers, an empty line and an optional message body
are made in ASCII
are made in UTF-8
are compatible with gopher responses

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