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FTP

$

inet


->FTP
($

ftpobject

, 

server

, 

username

, 

pwd

, [

port

, 

pasv

, 

context

])
$

inet


->FTP
($

ftpobject

, $

hashref

)

Opens an FTP connection to server , logging in with the given username and password. The new connection object is saved to ftpobject . The parameters and their values are:

server

The server to connect to.

username

The username used to log in to the server. Default is anonymous .

pwd

The password used to log in to the server. Default is none.

port

The port of the FTP service on the server. Default is 21.

pasv

If it is a value other than 0, use passive transfer mode. Otherwise, it is taken from the parent Internet connection object; you can set this value with the Pasv method.

context

A number to identify this operation if it is asynchronous. See SetStatusCallback and GetStatusCallback for more info on asynchronous operations.

If you pass a hash reference, the following values are taken from the hash:

%hash=(
  "server"   => "server",
  "username" => "username",
  "password" => "password",
  "port"     => port,
  "pasv"     => pasv,
  "context"  => context,
);
The FTP method returns undef if the connection failed, a number otherwise. You can then call any of the FTP functions as methods of the newly-created FTP object.











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