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From "Rob Brown" <...@0catch.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Re: Content-Length HTTP/1.0 BUG
Date Tue, 18 Feb 2003 17:22:05 GMT
Jacob Coby writes: 

>> print "Content-length: text/html\n\n";
>> $| = 1; # TRY REALLY REALLY REALLY HARD TO FLUSH
>> print "Timer running...<br>\n";
>> for (1..10) {
>>  print "Test $_<br>\n";
>>  sleep 1;
>> }
>>  --- snap --- 
> 
> I thought Content-length was supposed to be a number not a MIME type? 
> 

My bad.  I totally meant "Content-Type" instead of "Content-length" 

> Does perl have a flush() function?

It isn't perl.  It's within Apache itself. 

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