Internet

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Internet, Hàn-bûn ū Hō͘-liân-bāng (互聯網), Bāng-chè bāng-lō͘ (網際網路) kap In-te̍k-bāng (因特網) téng kóng-hoat; sī hoān-ûi pau-hâm thong sè-kài ê kong-kiōng tiān-náu bāng-lō͘, i ê chu-liāu iōng piau-chún ê Internet Protocol (IP) thoân-sàng. Internet thang kóng sī "bāng-lō͘ kan ê bāng-lō͘", i pau-hâm kúi-nā-pah-bān ê khah sè ê bāng-lō͘, ū khiā-ke--ê, ha̍k-su̍t-kài--ê, seng-lí-kài--ê, chèng-hú--ê téng-téng. Chit ê toā bāng-lō͘ chài kok-chióng chu-liāu kap ho̍k-bū, chhiūⁿ kóng tiān-chú-phe (email), chat, tóng-àn thoân-sàng (FTP), bāng-ia̍h téng-téng ê World Wide Web (WWW) bûn-kiāⁿ.

Ēng-gí[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

"Internet" nā sī chí keng-kòe IP thoân-sàng thong-sè-kài ê hē-thóng ê sî-chūn, i sī chit-ê choan-iú bêng-sû.[1] Lēng-gōa "Internet" chit jī ū-sî hông kap "World Wide Web" lām chò-hóe sú-iōng, chóng-sī WWW giâm-keh ê ì-gī sī ka-ta chí bāng-ia̍h ê hē-thóng, m̄-sī chí kui-ê Internet ê khoân-kéng.

  1. The Chicago Manual of Style, 16th Edition: "capitalize World Wide Web and Internet"