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LSL includes functions that utilize HTTP, the HyperText Transfer Protocol, for communicating with other scripts in-world or web servers on the outside internet. HTTP requests incur no speed penalty, but there is a limit on how many requests per object can be made.
- Returns the UTF-8 encoded escape codes for selected characters.
- Requests information from an HTTP server.
- Loads a web page in an external browser.
- Returns the UTF-8 characters without escape codes.
- Responds to an HTTP request made to the script.
- Returns the number of URLs that the script can request for HTTP-In.
- Returns the value of the requested header for a given HTTP request made to the script.
- Releases a given URL so it may not be used further.
- Requests a non-secure URL to be used with HTTP-In.
- Same as llRequestURL but requests a secure url (https://)
- sets the content type for non-text http responses. Called in the http_request event before the call to the function llHTTPResponse . ( or inside user-defined functions called in the http_request event )
- Called when the script receives an HTTP request.
- Called when an HTTP request is complete.
Understanding LSL HTTP Communications
This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.
Pages in category "LSL HTTP"
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