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RFC 2045 & 2046: Top-level media types and sub-types

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Clearly study RFC 2045 and RFC 2046 and name the various top-level media types and sub-types defined in it.

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Solutions clearly lists the top-level media types and sub-types defined in RFC 2045 & 2046

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* Type audio: Audio
o audio/mpeg: MP3 or other MPEG audio
o audio/x-ms-wma: Windows Media Audio
o audio/x-realaudio: RealAudio
o audio/x-wav: WAV audio
* Type example
* Type image
o image/gif: GIF image
o image/jpeg: JPEG JFIF image
o image/png: Portable Network Graphics
o image/tiff: Tag Image File Format
* Type message
* Type model: 3D models
* Type multipart: Archives and other objects made ...

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