What is an example of a country code TLD?

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What is an example of a country code TLD?

Country code TLDs, or ccTLDs, are domain extensions (better known as the letters that appear after your preferred domain name) that are specific to a particular area or country. Some examples include . co.uk (United Kingdom), . ca (Canada) and .

What country abbreviation is de?

European Union (EU)

Belgium (BE) Greece
Czechia (CZ) France
Denmark (DK) Croatia
Germany (DE) Italy
Estonia (EE) Cyprus

What country code is RM?


ISO 3166-1 numeric 642 ISO 3166-1 alpha-3 ROU ICAO airport code prefix(es) LR
E.212 mobile country code(s) 226 NATO Three-letter code ROU LOC MARC code(s) RM
ITU Maritime ID(s) 264 ITU letter code(s) ROU License plate code RO
GS1 GTIN prefix(es) 594 UNDP country code ROM ITU callsign prefixes YOA-YRZ

Why is country code important?

The international calling code is needed to help the phone company understand where you would like your call to be routed. Understandably, with so many countries in the world, a way to ensure every call is routed to the right place is essential.

Is .co a country specific?

CO is the ccTLD for the country of Colombia according to ISO 3166. However, if you’re interested in building a website for users in Colombia, we highly recommend using a . COM.CO domain instead. It’s the domain extension used by Google in Colombia and some of the largest websites targeting Colombian users.

Which country is M A?

Macau MO MAC
Morocco MA MAR
Mozambique MZ MOZ
Myanmar MM MMR
Country Codes by Country: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W YZ

What country begins with O?

Countries that start with “O”

# Country Population (2020)
1 Oman 5,106,626

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