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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Unlike many other protocols, HTTP servers don't transmit a banner when clients connect. They just quietly sit there waiting for the client's request.
    • by xsawyerx (8978) on 2009.01.20 3:14 (#66963) Journal
      1. Fair enough. Perhaps HTTP server wasn't the best example for multi-events, since it also doesn't have a lot of events.
      2. MY HTTPD WILL HAVE A BANNER, albeit I might have to write a new HTTP protocol...

      BTW, thanks so much for all the help on #poe a while ago, this is what encouraged me to write these short articles and helped me understand POE altogether!