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Eddie Lam2,681 Points
The way computers agree to talk to each other is not HTTP?
I thought Hypertext Transfer Protocol was the way computers agreed to talk to each other... what should it be?
Rick Gleitz45,612 Points
HTTP is an example of how computers talk to each other. The answer wanted is a more general term for the proper way things are done. Look to HTTP for the answer (one word in the acronym).