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Re: How i can to receive RAW stream of HTML tags ?

From: Arnoud <galactus@stack.urc.tue.nl>
Date: Sat, 24 Aug 1996 20:58:34 +0200
To: www-talk@w3.org
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In article <199608241614.UAA00965@ns.extech.msk.su>,
"garry" <garry@extech.msk.su> wrote:
> What i needed for receiving a HTML-tags without any browsers ?

If you're referring to simply getting a document over http,
you can do that by simply connecting to port 80 (or whatever)
of the server, and then sending the string "GET /localurl/ HTTP/1.0".
The source will be sent to you over the same connection, after
some headers. Those will be separated by a line with just a
newline.
The server will close the connection after sending the entire
document.

In a shell script you can even do it with telnet, although separating
the headers and the body may be a little tricky.

Galactus

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