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I have a system that I want to change. 


it works like today that I connect to the server and sends the data to a file. 


roughly looks like this. 




connecting to server 

and I send this. : GET /invput?id=sr1234&data=1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 HTTP/1.1



what I do not understand is "/ invput?" 


I have learned a different way of doing it that I send to a .PHP file which then create a file in which data is stored in. 


but "invput" is a library right?
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You may just get the code here. 


It is an MPU kit Arduino type I work with.


client.connect(XXXXXX.YYY, 8005);





  if (client.connected()) {


    client.println("GET /invput?id=serinummer1234&data=1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 HTTP/1.1");

    client.println("Host: XXXXXX.YYY");

    client.println("Connection: close");


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invput is apparently the name of the script/program. It could be written in any language at all, or the web server could be rewriting the url to /invput.php or something else. In the end, it does not matter to you; it's a script/program available through the web server which accepts a set of name-value pairs as a GET request and responds to you.

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