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After developing in C#, PHP and several other programming/scripting language I thought I'd give C a try last week. After a week of coding I'm beginning to get the hang of it. I wrote a simple, incomplete HTTP client in C. Since I never coded in C before last weeek I don't know what I'm doing wrong, do I use stuff that is considered bad practice? My code compiles fine and it works fine, I'm just wondering if somebody can take a look and tell me what I could improve. Don't be nice, just tell me what is wrong and what sucks.

My code can be found at git hub:

https://github.com/TheKirk/http-client-c

Thanks in advance Smile | :)

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