Chunked Transfer Encoding and Decoding

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Chunked transfer encoding and decoding is new in HTTP/1.1. It allows applications to use persistent connections while not knowing the content length a priori to the response header is generated.

Both the encoder and the decoder are of type HTCoder which is defined in the Stream Pipe Builder. This means that bot the encoder and the decoder are registered dynamically and called by the Stream Pipe Builder if required.

Note: These streams are not set up by default. They must be registered by the application. You can use the default initialization function HTEncoderInit() function in the initialization interface.

This module is implemented by HTTChunk.c, and it is a part of the W3C Sample Code Library.

#ifndef HTTCHUNK_H
#define HTTCHUNK_H

#include "HTFormat.h"

#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" { 
extern HTCoder HTChunkedDecoder, HTChunkedEncoder;
#ifdef __cplusplus

#endif /* HTTCHUNK_H */

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