introduction to web programming HTTP/1.0 The HTTP/1.0 protocol was developed from 1992 to 1996 in order to satisfy the need to exchange more than simple text information.

The first major change from the HTTP/0.9 specification was the use of MIME-like headers in request and response messages.

The next HTTP change was the definition of new request methods: HEAD and POST.

Let's look at both of these changes in greater depth.

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