curl -d [Curl/Bash Code]

An example of sending data to the server with Curl. The data is passed with the -d command-line parameter. In this curl -d example, the -H command-line option explicitly specifies the content type in the request body. The Curl/Bash code was automatically generated for the Curl example.
curl -d [Curl/Bash Code] Run
curl -X POST
	 -H "Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded"
	 -d "key=value&key2=value2" 
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Curl/Bash code for Curl example

Curl/Bash code for Curl Example

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Curl Command-Line Tool

Curl is a command-line tool for Linux, Windows, and macOS that can be used to post requests to the server.

You can post forms, upload files, or make custom requests to API endpoints with Curl.

To pass data to Curl, use the -d command line option.

-d "data to send"

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