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The delay in the connection-oriented service is always more than the delay in the connectionless service no matter the message is long or short. However, the ratio of the overhead delay (setup and teardown phases) to the data transfer delay (transmission and propagation) is smaller for a long message than a short message in a connection-oriented service.

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