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Development Tools HTTP Basics Introduction to HTTP Sending Data with a POST Request

Jonathan Hector
Jonathan Hector
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I didn't quite get the content length part.

How do you calculate the content-length in this case

1 Answer

The length in this case seems to be 30. I counted all of the characters on this line:

I'm also including the equal sign, the @ sign, the periods, and the ampersand as a symbol!


And using that as my answer.