File Transfer Protocol[fīl]
- File transfer protocol, or FTP, is defined as an accepted standard of transmitting data or information from a local system to a system on a computer network.
The standard method used to upload new website files to an internet service provider is an example of the file transfer protocol.
File Transfer Protocol definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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file transfer protocol - Computer Definition
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