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Glossary of Internet terms. Underlined orange links point to terms within this Glossary.

Index - Chars Nums A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z - User Guide

  1. Packet

  2. Peripheral

  3. Perl

  4. Permission

  5. PHP

  6. Ping

  7. Polling Booth

  8. Post

  9. Prepend







  1. Packet

    A small piece of information, typically 1kb - 2kb in size, that is sent from the source to the destination computer. Each time you download a web page, or send an email, the data is split up into and transferred as packets. Packets contain information about the transmission, such as the size of the file, the sender's IP address, the destination IP address and the packet's ID. The packets of a single message can be routed across a network using multiple paths. They are transmitted using the TCP/IP protocol. When the packets reach their destination, they are reassembled using the packet IDs so the receiver views the file just as it was sent.

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  2. Peripheral

    Peripheral device / Peripheral card. An extension of the main. Such as a sound card, disk drive or mouse, all of which are incidental to a computer system.

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  3. Perl

    Acronym for : Practical Extraction and Reporting Language. Perl is a general purpose, open source programming language processed by the server suited for Web development as well as stand alone applications.

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  4. Permission

    The right to read, write to or execute files or directories. On Unix systems, permissions can be controlled with the CHMOD command. On Windows systems Permissions can usually only be set the system administrator.

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  5. PHP

    Acronym for : PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor. PHP is a general purpose, open source scripting language processed by the server suited for Web development. PHP code can be embedded into regular HTML pages.

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  6. Ping

    Acronym for : Packet Internet Groper. A software program used to test whether a network destination or remote computer is online, by sending a few packets of data and waiting for a response.

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  7. Polling Booth

    Scripts that allow you to run and manage polls on and from your website. Poll scripts allow you to create polls via a web page control panel. easy Poll allows you to create multiple, unlimited polls. Adding the polls to your site is as simple as typing in the question and answers. A no mess, no fuss poll voting CGI script written in Perl. Results can be displayed in horizontal or vertical bar graphs with percentages and/or total votes with your choice of colors.

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  8. Post

    A method of transmitting data from forms over the internet. Posted forms sends data in the $ENV{CONTENT_LENGTH} variable and cannot be seen by the end user. Usually used to send large forms with a lot of data. The case is not important if the server side script handling the form is programmed to ignore case. E.g.

    <form method="POST">

    Antonym : Get.

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  9. Prepend

    Programming. To prefix a string or statement with another. To place a word of set of numbers in front of an existing word or set of numbers. E.g. prepending "sub" to "net" would yield "subnet". Antonym : Append

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