Basic NNTP Protocol

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RFC977 4. Sample Conversations

   These are samples of the conversations that might be expected with
   the news server in hypothetical sessions.  The notation C: indicates
   commands sent to the news server from the client program; S: indicate
   responses received from the server by the client.
[Source:"RFC977"] [Last Changed:February 1986]
[Copyright: 1986 Brian Kantor, Phil Lapsley]

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RFC977 4.1. Example 1 - relative access with NEXT

RFC977 4.2. Example 2 - absolute article access with ARTICLE

RFC977 4.3. Example 3 - NEWGROUPS command

RFC977 4.4. Example 4 - posting a news article

RFC977 4.5. Example 5 - interruption due to operator request

RFC977 4.6. Example 6 - Using the news server to distribute news between systems.
RFC977 4.7. Summary of commands and responses.

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