The term “200 OK” is a status code that is commonly used in the context of HTTP responses on the internet. When a web server responds to a request made by a client, such as a web browser or a mobile application, it includes a status code in its response to indicate the outcome of the request. The status code “200” signifies that the request was successful and that the server has processed it without any issues. The “OK” is a textual representation of the status code that serves as a confirmation to the client that the request has been fulfilled as expected. In practice, when a user accesses a webpage and the server returns a “200 OK” response, it means that the webpage has been successfully retrieved and displayed to the user. This status code is the most common and indicates a normal and successful interaction between the client and the server, ensuring that the content requested is available and has been delivered correctly.