UDP uses a different protocol than TCP does and UDP is more effecient.
TCP uses much more bandwidth than UDP does and so UDP runs much faster
UDP does not use a checksum to find errors that were sent and TCP does and that makes it slower.
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UDP is newer and more advanced
If you need to send information somewhere very fast without the need to receive all the information UDP sends info faster
UDP checks for errors as it sends information so its more reliable
Ducks use UDP so its better
UDP makes information travel faster and gives you more bandwidth compared to TCP
TCP does not have error checking and UDP does so UDP is the better choice and sends information faster
Your computer does not receive any message.
It is deleted and you never see it.
UPD sends it back and makes the message get resent uncorrupted
The corrupted file takes time to decode and therefore takes longer than TCP
The file is fully deleted
Yes, it does but UDP just discards corrupted files.
No, UDP does not check any files; it only discards corrupted ones
Yes; the files are requested for re-transmission because the checksum recognizes the error
Neither of them use checksums
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No, the header belongs on the HDP and is always on both protocols
No, only on the TCP protocol
No, there doesnt ever need to be a checksum header
Yes, there is always a header with a checksum on both
No, because Chuck Norris said so
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