What is a URL
A URL (Uniform Resource Locator) is a standardized way of describing the location of a file. Through a URL, any computer can access a file that actually exists on a connectable computer.
The URL address can be the local computer’s disk, or a computer on a local area network, or more often, a station on the Internet. Simply put, a URL is roughly equivalent to a Web site.
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