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Can't seem to find a code snippet to send a file as binary string with 2 extra string values to api using c#

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No resource to such an example
Updated 8-Jan-23 20:53pm
BillWoodruff 8-Jan-23 20:17pm    
start studying and experimenting ...state why you don't save a file using one of the standard, built-in, facilities, and a standard file-format.
Richard MacCutchan 9-Jan-23 4:49am    
A file is a binary string. So all you need to do is to read the file in blocks of bytes, and send it to the api. The receiver then just needs to combine all the blocks together and write then to the new file.

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There are a lot of examples on the internet. You can use Google Search to do your research. I did a quick search for you: c# post form data with file[^]

Here is the first search result: How to upload file to server with HTTP POST multipart/form-data? [solved] - StackOverflow[^]
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