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Golang UTF8 Package – Text Encoding

Golang UTF8 Package – Text Encoding Advertisement In this blog, we will learn about the Golang UTF8 Package and Character Encoding in Programming Languages. The Golang Unicode/utf8 package provides several useful functions for querying and manipulating strings and []bytes which hold UTF8 bytes. First of all, let’s understand the difference between UTF8 and ASCII Encoding. …

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Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) | Overview and Fundamentals

Previously, we saw SLIP, i.e. the Serial Line Internet Protocol, a simple data link layer protocol. Within this article, we’ll take a look at the Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) another data link layer protocol as well, but it’s more powerful than the SLIP and a little complicated as well. The Point-to-Point Protocol was under development until …

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Serial Line Internet Protocol (SLIP) | TCP/IP Data Link Layer

In this blog we will look at one of the link-layer protocols, i.e. Serial Line Internet Protocol, which is responsible for addressing the physical layer, Media Access Control (MAC) and also framing the datagrams obtained from the layer 3 protocol i.e. Internet Protocol (IP). The Physical Layer is the lowest layer on the OSI Reference …

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OSI Model: Networking Layers, Grouping, ‘N’ Notation, PDUs & SDUs

The OSI Reference Model is a valuable tool for explaining how the network functions, and also for describing the relationships between different networking technologies and protocols. In this blog, I will discuss what are the OSI Model layers, Notations used in the Model, and important data encapsulation concepts like Protocol Data Units (PDUs) and the …

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Introduction To The Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) Reference Model

Networking is a vast topic and therefore a Model was introduced to understand the networking layer by layer. Models are useful because they help us understand difficult concepts and complicated systems. The OSI Reference Model facilitates the study, design, development, and rearrangement of networks by allowing them to be viewed as modular parts that communicate …

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