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I run several times this command

curl -X POST \
        -H "X-Primotexto-ApiKey: 784155ceed9d0a4d1ffdb67466" \
        -H "Content-Type: application/json" \
        -d "$fragment" \
        https://api.primotexto.com/v2/notification/messages/send 

Is that possible to ask curl to return the HTTP 200 (OK) ?

Thanks

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  • 1 Is 200 the server's response? 2 What do you mean by "return"? Print it? Print it alongside the actual answer? – PerlDuck Oct 13 '18 at 16:05
  • Sorry for the lack of precision (not an expert in curl) 1. yes 2. yes "print" alongside the actual answer – Louis Oct 15 '18 at 6:57
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This command

curl --head \
     --output /dev/null \
     --write-out "%{http_code}\n" \
     --silent \
     -X POST https://api.primotexto.com/v2/notification/messages/send

will fetch the header only, redirect the output to /dev/null, silence any progress bars, and eventually print the http_code (200).

If you instead want to print the content of the website alongside the HTTP returncode, then a simple --write-out "%{http_code}\n" will do:

curl --write-out "%{http_code}\n" \
     -H "…" \
     -H "…" \
     -d "…" \
     -X POST https://api.primotexto.com/v2/notification/messages/send

Output:

<!DOCTYPE …>
…
<html>…</html>
200

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