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inetget needs the filename parameter?

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LoWang

Hello, I am calling a php script with parameters to write data into database, but it does not work if I do not specify a filename in an inetget() function - it returns 0 and sets @error to 1 although helpfile says that the filename is an optional attribute:o It works right after I add some filename to it...

I found out that I can use inetread function which gets data into variable instead of a file, but I will probably not need this data anyway. Just thought it may be a bug in inetget or a mistake in a helpfile that it does not work without a filename.

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LoWang

Hey man tell me why do I have a feeling that people just rarely read the post before they answer ;-D

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