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    Understand HTTP 3xx Redirection Response Codes

    The 3xx family of status codes are used in HTTP responses to inform the client/browser should look somewhere else for the requested resource. Most often, this is used to indicate a resource is temporarily or permanently found at a new URL, but it may also be used to inform the client that the client’s own cache is the other location where the requested resource can be found. We will explore the available redirection status codes, and what additional information they convey.

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