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Small HTTP client on unix

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I have a UNIX server running Apachi.
I need to write a program in C that opens a socket, connects to the server (or IP address on port 80) and sends a HTTP request to the server that runs a CGI program on the server then gets back the response from the server.
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jarvisc earned 200 total points
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why dont you just use lynx?

or you could telnet to port 80 on your machine and type the commands.

cheers,
jarvisc
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