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19.4.5 HTTP Header Fields in Multipart Body-Parts

19.4.5 HTTP Header Fields in Multipart Body-Parts

In MIME, most header fields in multipart body-parts are generally ignored unless the field name begins with "Content-". In HTTP/1.1, multipart body-parts may contain any HTTP header fields which are significant to the meaning of that part.


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