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URL stands for “Uniform Resource Locator.” A URL is a unique identifier that is used to locate a resource on the internet, such as a webpage, an image, or a file. URLs are used to access resources on the World Wide Web and to navigate from one webpage to another. URLs consist of a series of characters that identify the protocol being used to access the resource, the domain name of the server where the resource is located, and the path to the specific resource on the server. For example, the URL “” specifies the protocol (https), the domain name (, and the path to the root directory of the server. When a user enters a URL into a web browser, the browser sends a request to the server to retrieve the specified resource.

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