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Yes. I have a list of links (with session ID, etc) i need to hit on a website. Contrary to my first post, I actually need to issue the POST command.
example..I can:

nc -vvv 80

and then put in my command:


then i hit return a few times...and i get the html output.
as most have pointed out, I think LWP is the easiest, and best way, especially for me..

also note, the "" is coming from an array, because it's a bunch of links in a file.

In reply to Re^4: open a socket and print from stdin....i think by stevenrh
in thread open a socket and print from stdin....i think by stevenrh

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