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Here it is tarted up a bit. Semi-tested. Let me know if the license is not appropriate. Refs: strictures, LWP::UserAgent, URI, Getopt::Long, and Pod::Usage.

#!/usr/bin/env perl use strictures; use LWP::UserAgent; use URI; use Getopt::Long; use Pod::Usage; GetOptions( help => \my $help, "host=s" => \my $host, "port=i" => \my $port, "user=s" => \my $user, "password=s" => \my $password, "recipient=s" => \my $recipient, "message=s" => \my $message, ); pod2usage( -verbose => 2 ) if $help; $host ||= ""; $port ||= 9501; $user ||= $ENV{OZEKI_NG_SMS_USER}; $password ||= $ENV{OZEKI_NG_SMS_PASSWORD}; pod2usage( -verbose => 2, -message => "\nYou're missing required arguments.\n" ) unless $recipient and $user and $password; my $size = $message ? length $message : 0; pod2usage( -verbose => 0, -message => "\nMessage is required, up to 140 characters.\n +" ) unless $size > 0 and $size <= 140; my $endpoint = URI->new("/api"); $endpoint->scheme("http"); $endpoint->host($host); $endpoint->port($port); $endpoint->query_form( action => "sendmessage", username => $user, password => $password, recipient => $recipient, messagetype => "SMS:TEXT", messagedata => $message ); my $response = LWP::UserAgent ->new( agent => "OHAIbot/3.14") ->get($endpoint); if ( $response->is_success ) { print "Successfully sent.\n"; } else { print join "\n\n", "Nice going...", $endpoint, $response->decoded_content; } exit 0; __END__ =pod =head1 Name Ozeki NG - SMS Gateway Perl example. =head1 Prerequisite Install Ozeki NG SMS Gateway, L<>. =head1 Synopsis ./ozeki-ng-sms -user ME -pass S3CR37 -r "1234567890" -m "OHAI DER" =head2 Options C<user>, C<password>, C<recipient>, and C<message> are required. -help -host # Default is -port # Default is 9501 -user # or set OZEKI_NG_SMS_USER -password # or set OZEKI_NG_SMS_PASSWORD -recipient # SMS number -message # Up to 140 characters =head1 See also L<>. =head1 License Artistic 2.0. =cut

Update, added prereq to Pod.

In reply to Re: SMS from Perl using HTTP request by Your Mother
in thread SMS from Perl using HTTP request by JacobAnderson

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