How the Web Works: A Primer for Newcomers to Web Development (or anyone, really)
Preethi Kasireddy

great article. Just a comment though, in order to be accurate. An IPv4 address is formed for 4 groups of 8 bits each, (n.n.n.n), with 0<=n<255, so your example of “ 244.341.65.2” is not a valid IPv4 address, as 341 exceeds 255 upper limit.

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