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If you are using HTTP 1.1 and you actually want the socket to remain open, you would need to grab the value of the content-length header, store that in a variable and increase another variable with the length of what you are reading, if the length of the received buffer + the value of that variable equal the value of the content length, you should first try to see if you have a line by reading with /sockread %a, and if no byte is read, then use /sockread -f %a.
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If you are using HTTP 1.1 and you actually want the socket to remain open, you would need to grab the value of the content-length header, store that in a variable and increase another variable with the length of what you are reading, if the length of the received buffer + the value of that variable equal the value of the content length, you should first try to see if you have a line by reading with /sockread %a, and if no byte is read, then use /sockread %a.
  
 
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