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Actually, you can specify a cookie that gets sent to another domain. That's what the 'domain' parameter in CGI's cookie method is for. (If it's not specified, the default domain is the originating domain.)

Note, however, that browsers often have three settings for cookies; all cookies accepted, all cookies rejected, and cookies accepted except for cookies that aren't returned to the originating domain.

All that is irrelevant to the current question, of course; using LWP's get() method, you can send whatever cookies you want with the request.


In reply to Re: Answer: How can I send a cookie as part of an HTTP request? by chipmunk
in thread How can I send a cookie as part of an HTTP request? by Anonymous Monk

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