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pike.git/lib/modules/Protocols.pmod/HTTP.pmod/Session.pike:1:   #pike __REAL_VERSION__    - // $Id: Session.pike,v 1.10 2003/03/20 20:09:42 nilsson Exp $ + // $Id: Session.pike,v 1.11 2003/04/07 17:12:02 nilsson Exp $      import Protocols.HTTP;      typedef string|Standards.URI|SessionURL URL;      //! The number of redirects to follow, if any.   //! This is the default to the created Request objects.   //!   //! A redirect automatically turns into a GET request,   //! and all header, query, post or put information is dropped.
pike.git/lib/modules/Protocols.pmod/HTTP.pmod/Session.pike:800:         //! @decl array(string) get_url_nice(URL url, @   //! mapping query_variables)   //! @decl string get_url_data(URL url, @   //! mapping query_variables)   //! @decl array(string) post_url_nice(URL url, @   //! mapping query_variables)   //! @decl string post_url_data(URL url, @   //! mapping query_variables) - //! Returns an array of @tt{({content_type,data})@} and just the data - //! string respective, + //! Returns an array of @expr{({content_type,data})@} and + //! just the data string respective,   //! after calling the requested server for the information. - //! 0 is returned upon failure. + //! @expr{0@} is returned upon failure.   //!   //! post* is similar to the @[get_url()] class of functions,   //! except that the query variables is sent as a POST request instead   //! of as a GET.   //!      array(string) get_url_nice(URL url,    void|mapping query_variables)   {    Request c = get_url(url, query_variables);