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When you browse to a page, such as "http://www.oreilly.com/index.html," your browser sends an HTTP request to the server www.oreilly.com (see Figure 1-1). The server tries to find the desired object (in this case, "/index.html")


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Students will be able to identify the object in an URL that is being requested.