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If I want to send a  message to a request response web service from curl, and I want to see the inbound headers returning from the web service, I simpply use a -i option

I want to view the outbound HTTP headers leaving curl, what option can I use to view them?

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Question by:Anthony Lucia
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you can try -v option that including in and outbound header information that describe at this link,
http://man.cx/curl, but not too much information for outbound. Hope it assist to solve your issue
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