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A sample C Telnet client using Expect lib

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Hi,  I need to write a c program that calls the 'expect' library to telnet to a remote server and execute some commands.  Does anyone has a sample program?  Thanks.
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Maybe you can find here:
http://expect.nist.gov/
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Hi Jaime, I have tried the link, but mainly are all scripts.  I would like to use the libexpect in my C program.  Any ideas of using the APIs in the library to develop a client telnet program?
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