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curl \-H "Authorization: Bearer ACCESS_TOKEN" convert it into C# .the url i have to give to the web request
Posted 18-Apr-13 19:35pm
Mehdi Gholam at 19-Apr-13 2:07am
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Well, you wouldn't call cURL directly, rather, you'd use one of the following options:

HttpClient (available from .NET 4.5 on)
I'd highly recommend using the HttpClient class, as it's engineered to be much better (from a usability standpoint) than the former two.

In your case, you would do this:

using System.Net.Http;

var client = new HttpClient();

// Create the HttpContent for the form to be posted.
var requestContent = new FormUrlEncodedContent(new [] {
new KeyValuePair<string,>("text", "This is a block of text"),

// Get the response.
HttpResponseMessage response = await client.PostAsync(

// Get the response content.
HttpContent responseContent = response.Content;

// Get the stream of the content.
using (var reader = new StreamReader(await responseContent.ReadAsStreamAsync()))
// Write the output.
Console.WriteLine(await reader.ReadToEndAsync());
subheesh at 18-Jun-14 8:54am
Is this possible to send a block of text in a single call and get a resopose for each test seperately

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