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A web server will handle the requests in the order which it receives the request. But is there any data structure used to store the requests at the server side, or does the server take the next request only when the current response is sent? Suppose if 'n' requests are sent one by one to the server from the same page, lets says that there are 'n' image tags, then is there any way in which the server temporarily stores the requests before sending the response? It would be of great help if someone can help me out here.
 
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