Trevor DeVore wrote:

> The urlresponse has been around for a number of years. It was added
> so that you can get the response sent back from the server for url
> calls. It doesn’t affect how it behaves in any way. Prior to adding
> the urlresponse one couldn’t get the server response for PUT … into
> URL tURL or DELETE URL tURL calls. It’s been so long I don’t recall
> the exact reasons why ‘it’ wasn’t used but I much prefer reading
> ’the urlresopnse’ in my code than dealing with ‘it’ which is
> meaningless until put into another variable.

Thank you, Trevor. With that explanation I can rest easy, since my older code only uses GET and POST.

So to summarize, please let me know if any of the following is incorrect:

Both "it" and "urlResponse" can be used to get return values from:

"urlResonse" can be used to get return values from:

 Richard Gaskin
 Fourth World Systems
 Software Design and Development for the Desktop, Mobile, and the Web

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