1.What does URL stand for?
A Uniform Resource Locator(URL) is basically an address designed to let computers “talk” to one another quickly. Every address is put together in the same way so that when one machine communicates with another one, it can recognize each part of the address in the same way each time it gets a message. If every message comes in the same form, the receiving machine can anticipate it in that form and act on it more quickly.
2.What is the default scheme for URL?
- Give every site a unique address to detect their location
- Serve as a protocol to detect the location of addresses
- Help data to be transmitted across the net
Help us to access the documents , images , information across the net.
Before the URl address could actually be access , it must first went through the internet server provider. An example of URL is http://wordpress.com the http stand for hypertext transfer protocol which is very important as it help us to secure our data that is being transferred through the wide network to our server provider . As well as , when hackers intercept our password, they will have many real difficulties deciphering our password as it is protect by a special code for example : “my password is cookies but it will be changed to milk when it was being send through down the server so that when the hacker intercept it they cannot decipher the code easily.
3.Here are some examples of URL:
When you use the Web or send an e-mail message, you use a domain name to do it. For example, the Uniform Resource Locator (URL) “http://www.howstuffworks.com” contains the domain name howstuffworks.com. So does this e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Every time you use a domain name, you use the Internet’s DNS servers to translate the human-readable domain name into the machine-readable IP address.
4.Where is the information stored?
I believe the information is being stored at My SQL after referring to the figure.
5.List all the jargons with brief descriptions that you have learnt
- Agonal – Term to signify a major, negative change in a patient’s condition
- BP – Medical shorthand for blood pressure
- FX – Medical jargon meaning bone fracture
- JT – A joint
- NPO – A patient should not take anything by mouth
- IM – Intramuscular
- K – The elemental symbol for potassium
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