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Uploading a file using HTTP on Indy platform or sockects

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I would like to use the Indy's Http.Post function to upload my file...How do i do that because, I have tried to do and the file is not being.. I need an example of the code to upload the file using Indy or sockets functions.

Thank you in advance..

I can send you the code I have written thats not uploading if you wish ...thanks again
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Hello, I have found page for u, but it is in russian.

http://www.codenet.ru/progr/delphi/stat/dupload.php

If u increase points, I'll translate it for u.
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