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Hi Guys:

I am trying to build a simple application to query a REST web service. I have developed a perl script and its working fine. I have also developed a java app which does the same thing. Just wondering if C++ can be used for it. I did not find any code on the internet regarding the same in C++. Does C++ has any api which maintains sessions with web servers? Would anybody please guide me?

Thanks in advance.

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lmgtfy strikes again!

But seriously; we aren't your search engine jockies. Please try to refer to internet sources before coming to Daniweb; we can help you interpret, hell we can help you write, but we WON'T do what a child can do alone.

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lmgtfy strikes again!

But seriously; we aren't your search engine jockies. Please try to refer to internet sources before coming to Daniweb; we can help you interpret, hell we can help you write, but we WON'T do what a child can do alone.

Hi SeeTheLite/Ancient Dragon:

I searched the internet before posting my question. As I have written, my perl script which i developed uses WWW::Mechanize module for maintaining sessions with the REST web server. Also in java, I found apache httpClient which does the same. I was asking if you guys know of something like them in C++. I could not find anything on the internet, so I was asking for help.

Thanks anyway.

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dude, ancient dino or whatever, if you had bothered to google this before posting the lmgtfy link, you'd know that it yields practically zero. apparently c++ isn't what you want for this enlightened century and even less its practitioners....

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