A uniform resource identifier (URI) is a character sequence that identifies a physical or logical (abstract) resource connected to the internet. The resource does not always have to be connected to the internet to get identified. With uniform resource identifiers, internet protocols can facilitate interactions between these resources. The uniform resource identifier uses the string of characters incorporated in it as identifiers. For example, it can use a file path or a scheme name to identify resources. A uniform resource identifier can identify a few types of resources, including webpages, electronic documents, images, and information sources that have a consistent purpose.
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