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MOST COMMON ERROR CODES


What are Error codes?

Whenever some scripts or codes run on a system we get an output but if in between the process something unusual happens then the process halts and the compiler returns us errors. Errors can be any platform whether in networking, file handling, and system software. These errors to make them easily identifiable are renamed with some codes. 

It advantages to easily identify the error and then it also makes the fixing easier. As the world of the Internet has evolved very much in few decades so new programming languages are developed and along with them, many errors are also introduced. Here are some of the most common error codes that you may have encountered or if not it’s better to have knowledge about them so that from next time you can fix it.

HTTP ERROR 404 (NOT FOUND)

This is the most common error that you must have encountered if you regularly surf through websites. This error points out that the page you are trying to access is not found or available on the server. It can also mean a broken link or false link. The 404 error is the thing that a website page returns after a client attempts to open a site page that does not exist. The guest may have mistyped the site page URL or the website page may have been moved totally. It might likewise be brought about by your pages having an off base connecting either inside or remotely. At the point when a portion of the assets is expelled from your web server, it might result into a HTTP 404 error as well.

HTTP ERROR 500 (INTERNAL SERVER ERROR)

The HTTP error 500 is an internal server error and it means that something has gone wrong on the website’s server. This error is very general. It can be due to some misconfiguration in the server. Reloading the webpage and clearing the browser’s cache can solve this issue. But if there is some error in website’s server then it’s not in your control.
HTTP ERROR 400 (BAD REQUEST)

The 400 Bad Request Error is a HTTP reaction status code that shows that the server was unfit to process the request sent by the customer because of invalid linguistic structure. Similarly as with the many potential HTTP reaction codes, accepting a 400 Bad Request Error while getting to your own application can be both baffling and testing to fix. Such HTTP reaction codes speak to the intricate connection between the customer, a web application, a web server, and frequently various outsider web administrations, so deciding the reason for a specific status code can be a troublesome, even inside a controlled advancement condition.

HTTP ERROR 403 (FORBIDDEN)

The simple meaning of this error is “ACCESS DENIED”. You are not allowed to visit this website. It can be because your service provider has blocked this site to show up or maybe there can be some error in the URL.

HTTP ERROR 401 (UNAUTHORIZED)


 HTTP Error 401 status code implies that the page you were attempting to get to can't be stacked until you first sign in with a substantial client ID and a secret phrase. On the off chance that you have quite recently signed in and got the 401 unauthorized mistakes, it implies that the qualifications you entered were invalid for reasons unknown.

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