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How do I pharse the info in the struct recived from
CHttpServer::HttpExtensionProc(EXTENSION_CONTROL_BLOCK *pECB) I know that the information recives to the lpbData buffer but I don´t know any easy way of pharsing the info.

Is there any function that pharses the info in an array of pairs like <key>=<value>.
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Use ISAPI Parse Map. Look into the documentation that comes with Visual C++ 5.0.
Visual C++\Visual C++ Programmer's Guide\Adding Program Functionality\How Do I ...\Internet Tasks\ISAPI Parse Map Tasks

The MFC Internet sample program WWWQUOTE contains a parse map in its file WWWQUOTE.CPP.

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