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HTTP post content.

T[] post(T, PostUnit) (
  const(char)[] url,
  const(PostUnit)[] postData,
  HTTP conn = HTTP()
if (is(T == char) || is(T == ubyte));

T[] post(T) (
  const(char)[] url,
  string[string] postDict,
  HTTP conn = HTTP()
if (is(T == char) || is(T == ubyte));


url resource to post to
postDict data to send as the body of the request. An associative array of string is accepted and will be encoded using www-form-urlencoding
postData data to send as the body of the request. An array of an arbitrary type is accepted and will be cast to ubyte[] before sending it.
conn HTTP connection to use
T The template parameter T specifies the type to return. Possible values are char and ubyte to return char[] or ubyte[]. If asking for char, content will be converted from the connection character set (specified in HTTP response headers or FTP connection properties, both ISO-8859-1 by default) to UTF-8.



auto content1 = post("", ["name1" : "value1", "name2" : "value2"]);
auto content2 = post("", [1,2,3,4]);


A T[] range containing the content of the resource pointed to by the URL.

See Also



Jonas Drewsen. Some of the SMTP code contributed by Jimmy Cao.


Boost License 1.0.