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  • noun Plural form of datagram.

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Examples

  • It specifies the format of packets, also called datagrams, and the addressing scheme.

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  • Information is transfered as a sequence of "datagrams".

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  • For example, suppose you are measuring the number of IP datagrams sent between Europe and the US per unit item.

    Maxwell's Hammer

  • Web applications are both interesting and can be related to the fundamentals of markup language, internetworking using datagrams, remote procedure calls, distributed hypertext etc.

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  • The main idea was to enclose packets in "datagrams."

    TCP/IP

  • These datagrams were to act something like envelopes containing letters.

    TCP/IP

  • Gateway computers would simply read only the delivery information contained in the datagrams and deliver the contents to host computers.

    TCP/IP

  • Gateway computers would simply read only the delivery information contained in the datagrams and deliver the contents to host computers.

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • TCP would remain responsible for dividing messages into datagrams, reassembling messages, detecting errors, putting packets in the right order, and resending lost packets.

    TCP/IP

  • Web applications are both interesting and can be related to the fundamentals of markup language, internetworking using datagrams, remote procedure calls, distributed hypertext etc.

    Archive 2006-11-01

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