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1. Web Development
I write a new thread to discuss about my closed topic with new information ( /280990-curl-post-form-issue.html )
The previous post was closed because of missing informations, I didn't have access yet to server logs.
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2. Web Development
I'm having an issue with curl post form, I dont' understand what I'm mising. I would like to send a post command login/password to a form, quite simple in the paper.
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Here the form source code :
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i want to asking about my case , how to post content file of data using curl.
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5. Web Development
how to make the bash script ?
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I have searched for a good part of the day, but cannot seem to find an answer to this. I hope this is an appropriate forum for my question.
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ImportCmd(3U) InterViews Reference Manual ImportCmd(3U)
ImportCmd - import a graphical component
ImportCmd imports a graphical image from a file into the drawing being edited. ImportCmd supports the following file formats: TIFF; Post-
Script generated by pgmtops and ppmtops; X bitmap format; and Unidraw format.
ImportCmd(ControlInfo*, FileChooser* = nil)
ImportCmd(Editor* = nil, FileChooser* = nil)
Create a new ImportCmd instance, optionally supplying the FileChooser that will prompt the user to specify the file to import.
After the user specifies the file, ImportCmd reads it, creates an appropriate graphical component, and pastes it into the component
being edited in the enclosing editor.
static GraphicComp* Import(const char*)
static GraphicComp* TIFF_Image(const char*)
static GraphicComp* PGM_Image(const char*)
static GraphicComp* PPM_Image(const char*)
static GraphicComp* XBitmap_Image(const char*)
Operations for reading data from various file formats and creating an appropriate graphical component. TIFF_Image, PGM_Image,
PPM_Image, and XBitmap_Image assume that the specified file is in the corresponding format. Import is more general: it determines
the format from the file and then calls one of the other functions.
Specify the FileChooser instance (stored in the _dialog protected member) explicitly. This operation does not delete the existing
instance, if any.
Post the FileChooser and return the graphical component created from the user-specified file, if any.
Catalog(3U), Command(3U), FileChooser(3I), GraphicComp(3U), bitmap(1), pgmtops(1), ppmtops(1)
Unidraw 10 August 1991 ImportCmd(3U)