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Re: Call URL
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so you'd have to check the page sent back for something to indicate success...
It's easier just using LWP::UserAgent.
my $response = LWP::UserAgent->new()->get($smsurl);
die if !$response->is_success;
The get() function will fetch the document identified by the given URL and return it. It returns undef if it fails.
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well, the http request can still "succeed" but not send the sms, so you'll have to forrage in the response body for a The sms was not sent type message...
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