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Get Html Code From Server With Tcprecv

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Hello,

I would like to know how I can comminucate with a server (port 80). With the TCPconnect enz. functions I can make a connection, but I don't know how to get for excample the HTML code of a site. (I have to send a command and values with TCPsend( ), but I don't know the commands...)

Does anyone knows where I can find the commands I can use for this?

Greetings,

Jeffrey

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

Thanks for the command to get the HTML code from a website.

I only need one more of command:

- A command to send data (you normaly fill in in a textbox)

Does anyone knows this command or knows where to find it?

Greetings,

Jeffrey

Edited by JBtje

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Anyone who knows how to send a header? (when I use CMD-->telnet I get the response I didn't send a header...)

or maybe anyone knows how I have to send my POST pakage?

Greetings,

Jeffrey

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Anyone who knows how to send a header? (when I use CMD-->telnet I get the response I didn't send a header...)

or maybe anyone knows how I have to send my POST pakage?

Greetings,

Jeffrey

This is all defined in rfc2616

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