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what are the http request types
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What are the HTTP Request Types

GET (default) and POST do basically the same thing: Send data from the client to the server. However, they have some differences:

• GET

– Appends form data directly to the end of the URL—visible to users (not suitable for sending passwords)

– Limited to 2,048 characters for the entire URL

– Result page can be bookmarked and cached

• POST

– Sends form data in the HTTP request—invisible to users

– Virtually no limit (but check your specific configuration)

– Results are not cacheable or bookmarkable