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uploading images to database

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Dear All,
   I have creating some dynamic images i just want to upload them in database....
 I am working in C with Unix platform

  anybody knows the solution kindly update me........


Thanks & Regards,
Priyashree.
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If you`re on Unix and C, well..read and parse MIME-formatted posted data. The good thing is that it is not base64-encoded in most cases;)
To view what is your application getting on input just write a small sample - program+html file. program will simply dump all input to file(while !EOF), and html will contain <input type=file control.
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