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curl_free(3) [osx man page]

curl_free(3)							  libcurl Manual						      curl_free(3)

NAME
curl_free - reclaim memory that has been obtained through a libcurl call SYNOPSIS
#include <curl/curl.h> void curl_free( char *ptr ); DESCRIPTION
curl_free reclaims memory that has been obtained through a libcurl call. Use curl_free() instead of free() to avoid anomalies that can result from differences in memory management between your application and libcurl. SEE ALSO
curl_unescape(3) libcurl 7.10 12 Aug 2003 curl_free(3)

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curl_unescape(3)						  libcurl Manual						  curl_unescape(3)

NAME
curl_unescape - URL decodes the given string SYNOPSIS
#include <curl/curl.h> char *curl_unescape( char *url, int length ); DESCRIPTION
Obsolete function. Use curl_easy_unescape(3) instead! This function will convert the given URL encoded input string to a "plain string" and return that as a new allocated string. All input characters that are URL encoded (%XX where XX is a two-digit hexadecimal number) will be converted to their plain text versions. If the 'length' argument is set to 0, curl_unescape() will use strlen() on the input 'url' string to find out the size. You must curl_free() the returned string when you're done with it. AVAILABILITY
Since 7.15.4, curl_easy_unescape(3) should be used. This function will be removed in a future release. RETURN VALUE
A pointer to a zero terminated string or NULL if it failed. SEE ALSO
curl_easy_escape(3), curl_easy_unescape(3), curl_free(3), RFC 2396 libcurl 7.7 22 March 2001 curl_unescape(3)
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