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Does the Internet have a presentation layer? If not, how are concerns about difference in machine architectures for example, the different representation of integers on different machines addressed?

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The Internet doesn't specifically define the presentation layer. However, the program that normally adheres to presentation layer of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) is Hypertext Transfer Protocol ...

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