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TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) is a communication protocol used in computer networks. It is one of the main protocols of the Internet Protocol (IP) suite, which also includes IP and ICMP. TCP provides reliable, orderly, and error-checked delivery of data between applications running on networked hosts. It works by splitting the data into packets, sending them through the network, and putting them back together at the receiving end. It guarantees that packets are received in the correct order and that no data is lost or corrupted during transmission.