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How to do http send\receive in windows 7

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If an application requires to use http send\receive functionality in windows, what are the windows APIs and ways to use them. For e.g. cURL APIs.

posted Apr 19, 2013 by Raj Verma

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Please explain your question in more detail, may be bit specific so that I can help.

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answer Apr 19, 2013 by Salil Agrawal
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