HTTP is the protocol that governs communications between web servers and web clients (i.e. browsers). Part of the protocol includes a status code returned by the server to tell the browser the status of its most recent page request. Some of the codes and their meanings are listed below: 200, OK (fulfilled) 403, forbidden 404, not found 500, server error Given an int variable status , write a switch statement that prints out the appropriate label from the above list based on status .

HTTP is the protocol that governs communications between  web servers and web clients (i.e. browsers). Part of the protocol includes a status code returned by the server to tell the browser the status of its most recent page request. Some of the codes and their meanings are listed below:  200, OK (fulfilled) 403, forbidden 404, not found 500, server error  Given  an int  variable  status , write a switch statement  that prints out the appropriate label from the above list based  on status .

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HTTP is the protocol that governs communications between web servers and web clients (i.e. browsers). Part of the protocol includes a status code returned by the server to tell the browser the status of its most recent page request. Some of the codes and their meanings are listed below: 200, OK (fulfilled) 403, forbidden 404, not found 500, server error Given an int variable status , write a switch statement that prints out the appropriate label from the above list based on status.

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