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A domain is the '' part of ''. It is the '' part of ''. A domain has to be registered by a person or an organisation. A domain is registered in a TLD (top level domain), and might have a SLD (sub level domain). Consider the web site ''. The top level domain (TLD) is 'uk'. The sub level domain is ''. The domain itself is ''. A domain contains whois information - this information contains (at least) the details of who registered the domain.

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(whois) Additional to the value (which is the domain's name) whois information is also stored. This information is only obtained once a transform requests it.

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