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Re: Two questions

From: Fred Bohle <fbohle@neonsys.com>
Date: Mon, 24 Jan 2000 09:18:23 -0600
To: Tim Chao <tchao@alteon.com>
cc: http-wg@cuckoo.hpl.hp.com
Message-ID: <86256870.00545F0C.00@internet1.neonsys.com>

Fred Bohle@NEON
01/24/2000 09:18 AM


     I look for either 0A or 0D.  If I find 0D, I look for 0A behind it.
If any
of these conditions are true, it is end of line.  If I find a line with no
this is the null line that ends the headers.  That way you can end any
any way you want, without looking for strings like 0D0A0D0A,  or 0A0A.
I can detect screwy end of line pairs like 0A0D0A or 0D0A0A.

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