###For the a single threaded simple http implementation:
Using the original HTTP as defined in 1991 which is referred to as HTTP 0.9 and simply provides one object per [login to view URL] server is to be configured via the console taking two parameters, i.e., the TCP port where the server will run on and the document root from which the objects are served. Note that:
-HTTP 0.9 does not include error codes. Signal any error (e.g., when the requested file does not exist) to the client by closing the connection.
-If the client requests a directory, the server responds with the [login to view URL] of the requested directory. If this file does not exist, the server closes the connection.
-HTTP 0.9 only supports text but modern browsers also support binary data such as images. Hence, also images can also be requested from the server.
###For the a multi-threaded simple http implementation:
I want to extend the server above such that a separate thread handles each request. Additionally, I want to keep a log of all requests (timestamp, request, IP address and port of the client) which is output to the console every five seconds by yet another thread.
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