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What is the difference between TCP and UDP ?

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TCP is a protocol based on a connection between two computers. It is used for normal Internet traffic and applications such as web servers, FTP, etc.

UDP is a protocol based on connectionless communication. UDP is ideal for applications like video streaming and online gaming, where lost packets don't need to bre retransmitted and speed takes precedence.


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