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HTTP Programming Recipes for C# Bots

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HTTP Programming Recipes for C# Bots
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Publisher: Heaton Research, Inc.
ISBN/ASIN: 0977320677
ISBN-13: 9780977320677
Number of pages: 631

Description:
The Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) allows information to be exchanged between a web server and a web browser. C# allows you to program HTTP directly. HTTP programming allows you to create programs that access the web much like a human user would. These programs, which are called bots, can collect information or automate common web programming tasks. This book presents a collection of very reusable recipes for C# bot programming.

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