A company hosts its website and a product API on same server using the code below:

let http = require('http');

let commonResponse = function(response){
  response.writeHead(200, { "Content-Type": "text/html" });
  response.write("Request Complete");
}

let handleApi = function(req, res){
  if(req.method == 'POST'){
    commonResponse(res);
    res.end();
  }
}

let handleWeb = function(req, res){
  commonResponse(res)
  res.end();
}

http.createServer(handleApi).listen(4513);
http.createServer(handleWeb).listen(4514);

Select all the correct answers.

(Select all acceptable answers.)

handleWeb handler will return "Request Complete" on HTTP POST, PUT, and GET requests.
Navigating the browser to port 4513 will return HTTP status code 200.
Call to res.end() is recommended but not required inside each createServer callback.
handleApi returns an HTML page as a response to an HTTP POST request.
Inside a handleWeb callback, it is possible to get a query string of the HTTP request.
   

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