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Communication Protocol

As with humans, for two computers to communicate they must share a common language.

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\begin{LARGE}
A communication protocol is an agreement that specifies a common
language two computers use to exchange messages.
\end{LARGE}}}

Communication is defined by specifying:


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``CMPT 165: Review'' by Tamara Smyth, Computing Science, Simon Fraser University.
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Copyright © 2011-12-05 by Tamara Smyth.
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