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C source for managin form uploaded files

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I need a C source (not Perl) to handle the files uploaded via multipart HTML form. Anyone can help?
      
            Thanks, Mic.
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See the great cgihtml library from Eugene Eric Kim, at http://www.eekim.com/software/cgihtml. This library injcludes all kind of routines to manage data from forms and whatever you need to make CGI programs  in C. Hope this helps.
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It also includes code to manage uploaded files.
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