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friends can any one tell me what is mean by Persistant Http connection

 
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can any one tell me what is mean by Persistant Http connection
is it Statefull or Stateless?
 
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HTTP is a stateless protocol but to make the grabbing of lots of small images in a webpage more efficient, the server may keep the connection alive for a small (sub second) amount of time. The browsers and servers discuss this process via the 'Connection' and 'Keep-Alive' headers.

Example:
Request:

Response:


As an app developer, this is not something you need to concern yourself with. Just think of HTTP as a stateless protocol.
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