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Calling an ASP script on a remote server via http

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Hello! I need to call an asp script on
http://www.server.nl/send_response.asp
and then get a response from the server.
How can I do that? (in Delphi) Thanks!
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use NMHttp component

var
  txt:string;
begin
  nmhttp1.get('http://www.server.nl/send_response.asp ');
  txt:=nmhttp1.body;
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