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Using interactive Python for HTTPS dialog with server

John Dutcher
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Would the knowledgeable folks among you say I should
have no great difficulty writing a script in Python that can
simulate having an operator at a desktop keying and
sending transactions to an HTTPS connection and receving responses. The
script would read a file of data
containing info that would otherwise have been keyed
by an operator, and be expected to respond to any returning approval or
error codes after sending the original
data via a secure connection, as though it had been done
in a web page ?

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