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Write a buffer sequence to the parser.
template< class ConstBufferSequence> std::size_t put( ConstBufferSequence const& buffers, error_code& ec);
This function attempts to incrementally parse the HTTP message data stored
in the caller provided buffers. Upon success, a positive return value indicates
that the parser made forward progress, consuming that number of bytes.
In some cases there may be an insufficient number of octets in the input
buffer in order to make forward progress. This is indicated by the code
When this happens, the caller should place additional bytes into the buffer
sequence and call
put again. The error code
is special. When this error is returned, a subsequent call to
put may succeed if the buffers
have been updated. Otherwise, upon error the parser may not be restarted.
An object meeting the requirements of ConstBufferSequence
that represents the next chunk of message data. If the length
of this buffer sequence is one, the implementation will not allocate
additional memory. The class
Set to the error, if any occurred.
The number of octets consumed in the buffer sequence. The caller should remove these octets even if the error is set.