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UDP: User Datagram Protocol
A protocol for transmitting data. As contrasted to TCP, UDP is:
Data is sent as discrete packets. No buffering is performed and packets are sent as soon as the sending application generates them.
UDP has no mechanism to notify the sending application whether a packet was delivered succesfully or was lost in transmission.
No guarantees are made as to the order that data is presented to the receiving application.
Created by: jcollie, Last modification: Thu 07 of Oct, 2004 (17:06 UTC)
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