Identifies the upper byte range in a partial request.
property ContentRangeEnd: Int64;
ContentRangeEnd is an Int64 property that identifies the upper byte range requested for a partial entity resource. ContentRangeEnd is used with ContentRangeStart and ContentRangeInstanceLength to form the "Content-Range" message header value.
All ContentRangeEnd values are expressed in bytes.
Clients cannot depend on servers to send a "416 Requested range not satisfiable" response instead of a "200 (OK)" response for an unsatisfiable request with ContentRangeStart and ContentRangeEnd values, since not all servers implement this request-header.
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