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what is the difference b/w PUT and POST method to send data 
to the server
 Question Submitted By :: Core-Java
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# 1
The Basic Difference between PUT and POST is by using PUT
we have only limited data to be sent to the Server also it
can be shown into Browser URL if you use UserName and
Password by using PUT then the Password and UserName can
also be seen in the URL.

Where as if you will use Post then the whole data can be
Sent to the Browser without being shown.
Is This Answer Correct ?    4 Yes 3 No
# 2
The Basic differences between PUT and POST method is:
Using PUT method to transfer new resources from client to server and store it.
Using POST method to transfer new resources or updating existing resources and store or replace it.
Is This Answer Correct ?    2 Yes 1 No
# 3
Post submits data to be processed from a page to the
server. The data is included in the body of request. It is
not visible in the browser address bar.

Whereas PUT uploads(binary/text) a representation of the
specified resource. It provides a useful alternative to FTP.
Is This Answer Correct ?    3 Yes 6 No
Nidhi Aggarwal
# 4
suppose we are using post method.At the time,all (lot of
size)data will goes to server.
we are using get method in the form.At the time,only 2kb
data will be transfered and all the data will appended as a
query string.
Is This Answer Correct ?    0 Yes 10 No

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