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[REBOL] GET vs. POST Re:(2)

From: webmaster:siliconspecies at: 5-Sep-2000 17:03

GET in Rebol is like you describe however, POST comes a string which you have to parse which is really a hassle, as far as my experience recently showed. I had to parse everything and do all kinds of little things to get the thing into a block with single values I could reference. At 12:14 PM 9/5/00 -0700, you wrote:
>I cant imagine why it matters whether input is GET or POST... either way >you want to pick the values out of a query string... in Perl, the >module allows you to get at key-value pairs regardless of whether the data >was sent via GET or POST, and I for one have never cared how it came as >long as I got it. > >--- > >On Sat, 2 Sep 2000 22:49:02 > webmaster wrote: > >I have The Official Guide and within there is a small function which is > >supposed to be able to detect whether GET or POST is used and then access > >the correct system variable path to receive the info which was submitted by > >the form. > > > >I don't think it works. > > > >Anyone else try this code and if so, does it work for you? > > > >My cgi works great with GET but seems to die towards the end of the app > >process using GET because of the length of the string being submitted > >becomes larger and larger as you proceed. > >So I wanted to switch to POST. > > > >Thanks, > > > >Jeff Rubin, CTO & Co-Founder > >Audiopia > >Shutup and Listen... > > > >also check out my personal site Brainbyte! > > > > > > > >Get your FREE Email and Voicemail at Lycos Communications at >
Jeff Rubin, CTO & Co-Founder Audiopia Shutup and Listen... also check out my personal site Brainbyte!