In the examples the url option always seems to be hard coded into the programs. I am seeking to set the url option depending upon selections made by the user at the command line. This is probably easily done, but I am new to using libcurl and curlpp and cannot figure out how to do it. So for example:
// code selection of a url
std::cout << "Input option '1' for uk or option '2' for us \n";
std::cin >> option;
std::cout << "Option 1 selected...\n";
myurl = "http://www.uk.co.uk";
std::cout << "Option 2 selected...\n";
myurl = "http://www.us.com";
This code does not compile but i am trying to achieve something similar to this with my code.
As an alternative to help explain my problem, consider this:
Now if that was the url i wanted to use all the time - that would be fine. But depending upon selection of an option in my code, i might want to set the target url to "http:www.lycos.com" or perhaps "http://www.yahoo.com". In other words, the target url only becomes known at runtime and is dependant upon a user selection at the command line.
From what I can understand, the documentation appears to say that url takes the following argument (const char *link) - so can what i seek be achieved with a pointer or reference to a string? I would appreciate a snippet of code if you are able to help with this.
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