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 Q1. How would you go about creating a get rest service if it requires multitude of params or inputs ?Rest
Ans. If the number of input values is large, we can go about passing them as query params instead of path params. If the number is even larger and complex , its better to create a post service that behaves like a get service. Though this practice is not recommended but technically it can be accomplished.I dont mind doing it if the exceptionally large number of input would make it much more confusing.

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