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'''Note''': as we just saw, if the last line in the source does not end with a terminated line, it won't be read by that event.
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'''Note''': if the last line in the source does not end with a terminated line, it won't be read by that event, you might want to read that last line inside the on sockclose event. We can't use -f on sockread because it would allow the code to display whatever is in the buffer even if no terminated line is present.
  
 
If you ever worked with HTTP 1.1, you know that it can send data in chunk, here is a way to write the real content to a file:
 
If you ever worked with HTTP 1.1, you know that it can send data in chunk, here is a way to write the real content to a file:

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