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Hi Brain, You have done a great job. At present i am running across an issue.. I want to upload multiple (jpeg,png) images with multipart/form-data as content type in HTTPWEBREQUEST . To describe exactly the issue, i need to upload images path and also i have to read the images in junk characters. how can i convert it to junk characters? Example of junk characters like : ÿØÿà(¢Q@Q@Q@Q@ê(´S¨ Ó¨¢€N¢Š .. I am able to convert it to a byte file and convert ToBase64String but still want to post the data using the junk characters.. The problems are listed below:

1. The path of the image to be uploaded should be given 2. The image path specified should be read and converted into junk characters. (gzip,deflate)

Any help would be appreciated .. thanks.

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Hi, Brian. I have a problem. I cant get the code to work more than 2 times in a row.

Basically this wont work :

The output is: 0 1

And ‘2’ never prints. It gets stuck after this comment – // Send the form data to the request. No exception, no crash… just sits there… like in a infinite circle or something, eventually I get [WebException – The operation has timed out]

Oh, I’m really sorry. I wasn’t closing the HttpWebResponse. Sorry for the pointless post.

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MultipartFormDataPost

Hi friends, Could someone help me on this issue????? How to concat the string and byte????? My problem is: I have 4images to upload in a website. When i read the image it is converted to byte.. Now between the images , i want to send the string in the post method… Could anyone help me in this issue…. Its important…. Example of string i should post…… Images are converted to byte….. String1 + Image1 + String2 + Image2 + String3 + Image3 + String4 + Image4 + String5

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And don’t forget to close the HttpWebResponse after you use it. :D

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Please check the above link.. It is simple and easy too.. But now I am struggling with formation of post content’s When i convert the whole data into byte format and post the content , there occurs duplicate of string’s… The link you provided only consists of Image Uploading… I need as follows… Let me post the post content of mt data

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With the school reform-minded candidate knocked out of the race for California governor, and two remaining candidates on separate sides of the aisle, hot-button issues like immigration are likely to overshadow education in the months leading up to November’s general election.

Now, the focus and energy around education will likely shift to the nonpartisan race for state school superintendent.

Marshall Tuck, who’s run both charter and district schools in Los Angeles, heads toward a November match-up against Tony Thurmond, an East Bay assemblyman backed by the California Teachers Association. Tuesday night, Tuck left with 37 percent of the vote — three points ahead of Thurmond.

Neither candidate wholly opposes charter schools, but Thurmond maintains that charter schools should financially compensate school districts to offset the funding loss districts suffer when state dollars follow students to charter schools.

Both candidates agree, however, the state needs to both increase funding for schools and improve transparency for how that money is spent.

“Schools definitely need more money,” said Ted Lempert, president of the children’s advocacy organization Children Now. “It’s a huge part of education. On the flip side, you also need some common sense reform and accountability. I often see this framed as one or the other — either more money or more accountability — but it’s so clearly both that are needed.”

Gubernatorial candidate and current Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom emerged from California’s primary far ahead of the competition, in the process notching a win for the for the teachers union that backed him and landing a crushing blow to the charter school advocates who supported his Democratic challenger, Antonio Villaraigosa.

Newsom moves on to the runoff, where he’ll face Republican John Cox, a San Diego businessman who’s drawn support from President Donald Trump.

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On election night, Newsom maintained the commanding lead he held throughout the campaign. Villaraigosa, who had recently talked of becoming the state’s “education governor,” underperformed in L.A. County, where he was expected to draw his strongest support. And he got thumped in Northern California, where voters turned out in better numbers, King Rocks Work Boots Mens 8 Plain Toe Wedge Comfortable Boots For Work and Construction Brun qfa8WTj
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While Newsom has offered plans to increase funding for early education and STEM opportunities, Cox, his Republican counterpart, doesn’t mention education at all on his policy agenda page . He’s rejected the idea that California schools need more funding to thrive, arguing instead that Newsom and his ilk have mismanaged public schools, EdSource reported .

And homophobic comments Cox has made in the past could come back to haunt him in his bid for governor.

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that his views have since evolved and he no longer sees transgender teachers as a problem.

Charter school advocates, meanwhile, now find themselves in an awkward position politically. Having backed an unsuccessful candidate for governor, they may need to mend fences with rank-and-file Democrats who championed Newsom. But supporting Cox would also play into the narrative pushed by the CTA that aligns charter school advocates with Trump, U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and a perceived agenda to privatize schools — a framing the California Charter School Association has emphatically rejected.

California Charter School Association Advocates, the organization’s political arm, still has a candidate in the race for state school superintendent, however.

They’ve endorsed Tuck, who’s pledged to challenge the status quo. In an interview with L.A. School Report , Tuck detailed his ideas for state school superintendent, which include pairing high-performing districts with those that struggle, so they can share best practices, and making school data more accessible for parents.

Challenging the status quo is exactly what needs to happen, said Ben Austin, a school reform advocate and executive director of Kids Coalition, which aims to give students and their parents legal rights in decisions about their education .

“There’s no way to paint the implications of the governor’s race in a positive perspective for charter schools. But I don’t think that’s endemic of charter school or school-reform writ large in California,” Austin said.

“I think Marshall coming in first is an indication that the brand of kids-first policy change that has fueled his candidacy is not just a potent political issue but also a core social justice issue that should be a driver of statewide policy,” he added.

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