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What is meant by TCP, IP, UDP?
 Question Submitted By :: Java-Networking
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# 1
TCP Transmission Control Protocol
IP Internet Protocol
UDP User Datagram Protocol
Is This Answer Correct ?    42 Yes 4 No
# 2
TCP is Tranmission Control Protocol

IP - Internet Address

UDP - User Datagram Protocol.
Is This Answer Correct ?    50 Yes 23 No
# 3
TCP:its a protocal for transfering data that is reliable
and commonly used.
IP:Internet Protocl
UDP:its unreliable but fast mode of transfering data.
Is This Answer Correct ?    16 Yes 1 No
# 4
TCP - It's a protocol by which a client can connect to the
Server, It's connectionful, reliable but little bit slow.

UDP - It's a connectionless protocol, by which client sends
the data packets to the other nodes or server. It is much
faster than the TCP because it works without connection,
connection time will saved in that case. only limited data
can be sent accross this protocol.

IP - It's Internet Protocol, every computer available on
the network has a unique IP. TCP and IP both works together
and this is called TCP/IP.
Is This Answer Correct ?    17 Yes 3 No
Gaurav Agrawal
# 5
TCP transmission control protocol
tcp is connection oriented
ip is connection less
32bit data addressing
Real time application
non reliable
Is This Answer Correct ?    5 Yes 2 No
# 6
tcp is connection oriented 
Is This Answer Correct ?    0 Yes 0 No
Hariom Garg
# 7
Is This Answer Correct ?    6 Yes 9 No
# 8
It is a class in Java which represents an Internet Protocol
(IP) address. An instance of an InetAddress consists of an
IP address and possibly corresponding host name
Is This Answer Correct ?    5 Yes 11 No
# 9
TCP-transmission control protocol
IP-Internet protocol
UDP-unreliable control protocol
Is This Answer Correct ?    2 Yes 10 No
# 10
transmission control protocal

internet protocal

user diadram protocal
Is This Answer Correct ?    18 Yes 33 No

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