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From: Brian Svihovec <bsvihove@vt.edu>
Date: Mon, 01 May 2000 00:25:45 -0400
To: www-lib@w3.org
Message-id: <001c01bfb325$52ad1560$8d35ad80@bud1>
In the example programs for posting form data to a server, the program begins the post and then enters the event loop.  When this operation is done the termination function is called and the program is exited from there.  

I would like to write a function that will perform a post, and when it is done, it will return control to the original calling function.  Is there a way to have the event loop exit, and then have control returned back to the original calling function instead of exiting the entire program?  (ex. main calls MyPost and when MyPost is done it returns to main?)

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