from socket import *

#Start test()
def test():

#Specify the port
serverPort = 80
serverSocket = socket(AF_INET,SOCK_STREAM)
serverSocket.bind(('',serverPort))

#Listen for the 1 connection
serverSocket.listen(1)

#Print the port address
print("web server on port",serverPort)

#Start thw while loop.
while True:

#Establish the connection.
print("ready to serve")

#Create connection socket for accepted client.
connectionSocket,addr = serverSocket.accept()

#Start the try block.
try:

#Recieve message.
message = connectionSocket.recv(1024)

#Print the connection message
print(message)

#Determine the filename
filename = message.split()[1]

#Print the file name
print(filename[1])

print(filename,'||',filename[1])

#Open the file
f = open(filename[1:])
outputdata = f.read()

#DEBUG to check output data
print(outputdata)

#Send one HTTP header line into socket
connectionSocket.send("""HTTP/1.0 200 OK
Content-Type: text/html

<html>
<head>
<title>Success</title>
</head>
<body>
Your file Exist!
</body>
</html>
""".encode());

#connectionSocket.send(outputdata)

#connectionSocket.send(message)
connectionSocket.close()

#If IOError
except IOError:

#Send response message for the file not found.
print ("404 Not Found")
connectionSocket.send("""HTTP/1.0 404 Not Found\r\n""".encode());
pass

#Temp break
break
pass

if name =="main":
test()

That's going to map pretty closely to the Java equivalents, so whats stopping you?

ps: That multi-line string delimited by triple quotes had no equivalent in Java until Java 14 or 15, so make sure you are on the latest version.

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