How can I determine an HTTPMessage ?
steve at holdenweb.com
Thu Jan 12 08:49:52 CET 2006
Peter Hansen wrote:
> Steve Holden wrote:
>>Fredrik Lundh wrote:
>>>Steve Holden wrote:
>>>>>Can you tell me what to look for in an HTTPMessage that is an error? I
>>>>>have looked at the header objects and I cannot determine an error
>>>>I was thinking of a number between one and a thousand, and I forgot it.
>>>>Could someone please remind me what it was?
>>Thanks. This is *such* a helpful group. I'll write it down this time.
> Anticipating the next such incident, I borrowed the time machine and put
> the answer on a web site for you for when you know the question:
> No need to thank me now either -- I bumped into you while I was there
> and you have will-been thanked me then. (I also bought you a beer, so
> now you owe me one.)
Your memory's getting terrible, Peter. I will have bought you three
beers the day before you will have bought me that one. Anyway, "*now*
you owe me one" is clearly wrong: "*then* you owe me one" should
actually have been "*then* I'll only owe you two".
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