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String-Off Server Infomation in result data of POST

Posted on 2004-10-10
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Hi experts,
I am a newbie in PHP. Now I followed the example to 'emulate' a post to server by fsocketopen(...) and use fgets(...) to return the data returned from the server.
But I found I got server information before the actually data. ie. the page will return OK or DONE to indicate the posting action is successful, but I got data such like "HTTP/1.1 ..." before the actually result. Can anyone help to strip off those "HTTP/1.1..." ?

Thanks in advance.
Ray
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have you looked at the HTTP_Request-package of PEAR which does those things for you? So you don't need to reivent the wheel ??

See http://pear.php.net/manual/en/package.http.http-request.intro.php for an example
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Thanks, man
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