5 years ago in JSP And Servlet

What is the limit of data to be passed from HTML when doGet() method is used?

[A] 4K
[B] 8K
[C] 2K
[D] 1K
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Shamsa hafeez
Shamsa hafeez - 9 hours ago

Shamsa hafeez from Lahore, Pakistan is saying 4K is correct answer

Mamhoud kadi
Mamhoud kadi - 1 month ago

Mamhoud kadi is saying 2K is correct answer

Aayush Vyas
Aayush Vyas - 2 months ago

Aayush Vyas is saying 8K is correct answer

Kollu Santosh
Kollu Santosh - 5 months ago

Kollu Santosh from Hyderabad, India is saying 4K is correct answer

ABHISHEK KUMAR
ABHISHEK KUMAR - 6 months ago

ABHISHEK KUMAR is saying 8K is correct answer

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