Top Definition
The Client-To-Client Protocol is meant to be used as a way to
1/ in general send structured data (such as graphics,
voice and different font information) between users
clients, and in a more specific case:
2/ place a query to a users client and getting an answer.
by Anonymous September 17, 2003
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