Thread: About HTTP requests

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    About HTTP requests

    I just wanted to ask if using http/1.0 has any disadvantages...

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    Do some research for the rationale for 1.1

    That should state why someone thought 1.0 was deficient, and why 1.1 would be such a good idea as a solution to the problems of 1.0
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    As I understand it, a HTTP/1.0 request doesn't include the host field, which may be a problem where more than one URL is hosted on the one IP address. See Key Differences between HTTP/1.0 and HTTP/1.1.

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    anyone know any really good HTTP Libraries??? for C++ :S. Nothing overcomplicated i hope :S

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