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CourseLab 2.7.rar

CourseLab 2.7.rar

I read the formatting rules of this website and I would like to know if the output file's name format could not match with the input file's format, so how can I know? A: It appears that you're running into content-length: 8 on your curl request. Given the URL you've used (one that, at that moment, was unreachable) it appears that the Content-Length header is being attached with the value of 8, rather than the actual length of the Content-Disposition: attachment, which is 488. The error in the curl output you've posted is: Content-Length: 0 So the error occurs when you echo a Content-Length: 0. I would suggest putting a regular expression in place of the non-regex replacement you've put in your code. This could be done with something like: $data_string = 'Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="Debug_Download.zip".';$data = preg_replace('/Content-Disposition: attachment;/', '', \$data_string); It's also important to note that you will need to change the filename that your curl command generates to match the filename of the file you are trying to download. Below is your exact curl command that is failing. Be sure to put in the proper formatting for your document (including the Content-Type etc). You also need to check for errors in your curl call such as a time out or a curl exception, given the document that you've linked to: My apologies for the inaccurate prior statement, but it should be obvious from this link that it's not the latest release. & );// document.