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ERROR CODE MEANING

100

Continue. Request initiated and not rejected. The client can continue.



101

Switching Protocols. The server reports having received a request to change protocol and it is accepted.



102

In processing. Makes clear that the server is active and not inaccessible.(WebDav Extension).










Request processed



200

Request completed successfully.The page is found and displayed.



201

Created.Establishing a link between the client and the server in the form of URI on a newly created resource.



202

Accepted.The request is received and accepted but not yet processed..



203

Non-Authoritative information.The server
response provides information that does not certify it. It could come
from a third-party source.



204

No content.No information to return from the server.



205

Reset content. Request processed, the client
must reset the source of the request.In the case of a form, it must be
cleared before another request.



206

Partial content.Only part of the content is
returned.(This may be due to limitation of resources). A Rang…

History of C++

OPERATING SYSTEM, Types of OPERATING SYSTEM

About rel="canonical"

What is a canonical page?

A canonical page is the preferred version of a set of pages with highly similar content.

Why specify a canonical page?

It's common for a site to have several pages listing the same set of products. For example, one page might display products sorted in alphabetical order, while other pages display the same products listed by price or by rating. For example:
http://www.example.com/product.php?item=swedish-fish&trackingid=1234567&sort=alpha&sessionid=5678asfasdfasfd
http://www.example.com/product.php?item=swedish-fish&trackingid=1234567&sort=price&sessionid=5678asfasdfasfd

If Google knows that these pages have the same content, we may index only one version for our search results. Our algorithms select the page we think best answers the user's query. Now, however, users can specify a canonical page to search engines by adding a element with the attribute rel="canonical" to the  section of the non-canonical version of the page…

OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING (OOP)

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A virus cannot cause any damage to the physical devices connected to the infected computer