The difference between domain name and URL

An example of a full URL is as follows: http://yourdomain.com. The domain name corresponding to this website is yourdomain.com. People create a host that provides WWW information and name it with a domain name. At this point, the name of this host is called www.domain name. When a visitor wants to access this host, the browser sends a data request to the host using the specified http (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) protocol. To do this, we will prefix the http:// with a full URL.     

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