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I need code for http/1.0.The code should be in
c or c++ to be compiled by gcc.From where i can get that ?
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Apache.  That's it.  You get the whole web server, source code and all.  Look for an old version if you want something relatively simple.
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Or are you looking for code that retrieves from HTTP?  That's incredibly easy -- you open a socket on port 80 to whatever host you want, and issue basic HTTP headers:

GET /relativeUrlPath HTTP/1.0
HOST: UsuallyDoesNotMatter

Then a black line, and wait for response.  You can add other headers if you like, but they are not typically needed.
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I need code for server.
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by:liddler
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As qwaletee said Apache is the server - download it from http://httpd.apache.org/download.cgi
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