December 17, 2009 02:28PM
> This implies that the client program connecting to the server must use separate "send" calls to send the > header first, then the body, and cannot put both a header and a body into the same buffer and send
> them at the same time. Is this the case?

Ah, I'm wrong on this. It's just the screwy way Telnet was sending the data chunks.
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