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Hi!

| GETs and POSTs are defined to be fairly different actions. I'd read
| http://www.w3.org/DesignIssues/Axioms.html, which is stated to be Tim
| Berners-Lee's personal opinion, but I suspect is fairly close to how
| many others in the HTTP standards community see it. GETs are for
| requests that will not change the resource in question (and can be
| safely bookmarked), POSTs are for requests that will change something
| (and should not be bookmarked).

But what you think about keeping the values of GET and POST on different
Hashes?

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Eust?quio "TaQ" Rangel
eustaquiorangel / yahoo.com
http://beam.to/taq
Usu?rio GNU/Linux no. 224050
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