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Lesson 34 : Creating an FTP Program

FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol .The File Transfer Protocol is a system for transferring files between two computers connected by the Internet .One of the computers is known as the server and the other one is the client. The FTP program is very useful for website management. The webmaster can update the web pages by uploading the local files to the web server easily , at a much faster speed than the web browser. For normal PC users, the FTP program can also be used to download files from many FTP sites that offer a lot of useful stuff such as free software, free games, product information, applications, tools, utilities, drivers, fixes and more.

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