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1: In FTP, the file can be transferred from the server and saved on the client's computer automatically. But in HTTP, the content that the user is seeing on his browser has to be saved himself.

2: If you want to transfer large files, then it is better to use FTP for this. But it is better to use HTTP to transfer small data.

3: Two-way communication can be done through FTP. And one-way communication can be done through HTTP.

4: Binary Encoding is used for data transfer in FTP. And Mime Format is used in HTTP.

5: Through FTP, the user can see the directory structure of the server. But it can be hidden in HTTP.
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