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Question regarding my blog-thread

Hello
The topic is: https://www.unix.com/shell-programmi...-new-post.html

When I got up today, I see there's a message from Neo, but invisible marked as 'hidden solution'.
It just so happens that I was able to read it in the middle of the night (5mins after Neo posted it).

So, I know what IS written there, unless it's been modified in between - which the 'hidden solution' seems to indicate.

This said, I'm a little confused now as to what steps I should take now.
  • Am I supposed to solve something that is written in a (now) hidden message?
  • Does that still apply?
  • Did you (Neo) just 'hide' it for later (as in, you needed to check something first)?

And yes, if I used images the wrong way, please tell me the proper way.
Because after attaching images to a post, I do not see any 'VB code' provided for re-use.

So yes, I used 'that' link to refer to the images used - expecting it to behave like any other 'hardcoded-image-url'.
I'm sorry if that caused any issues for the migration.

Stay healthy
Regards
 
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Ns_ConnReturn(3aolserver)				   AOLserver Library Procedures 				 Ns_ConnReturn(3aolserver)

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NAME
Ns_ConnRedirect - Internally redirect a request to a new local url SYNOPSIS
#include "ns.h" int Ns_ConnRedirect(conn, url) ARGUMENTS
Ns_Conn conn (in) Pointer to open connection. char *url (in) Pointer to string of local url. _________________________________________________________________ DESCRIPTION
This routine can be used to internally redirect to a new, local url on the server. The url paramter specifies a path relative to the server, i.e., without the leading "http://host:port" portion. The server will reset the Ns_Request structure in the open connection pointed to by conn and restart connection handling, including authorization checks. The result is a standard AOLserver request procedure result code, either from an underlying call to Ns_ConnRunRequest or the result of one of the authorization response routines such as Ns_ConnReturnForbidden. Filter callbacks, if any, are not run again with the updated connection. The Ns_ConnRedirect routine is used internally in the server to support the basic file serving code (i.e., "fastpath") to redirect to spe- cific files when a directory is opened and by the Ns_RegisterRedirect routine to map standard reponse routines to user-provided local url's. EXAMPLE
The following example demonstrates redirecting to an ADP help page within a custom C-level request callback whenever a ?help=topic query argument is present: int MyRequest(void *arg, Ns_Conn *conn) { Ns_Set *query = Ns_ConnGetQuery(conn); /* Redirect to help.adp for /myrequest?help=topic calls. */ if (Ns_SetGet(query, "help")) != NULL) { return Ns_ConnReturnRedirect(conn, "/help.adp"); } ... handle non-help requests ... } SEE ALSO
Ns_RegisterRedirct(3), Ns_ConnRunRequest(3), Ns_AuthorizeRequest(3) KEYWORDS
connection, redirect AOLserver 4.0 Ns_ConnReturn(3aolserver)

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