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http-prompt: Launch a session with a given URL.
$ http-prompt ${http:--example-com}
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The http-prompt command launches an interactive HTTP client console. It allows you to communicate with an HTTP server by sending HTTP requests and receiving responses. It provides an interactive shell with helpful features for exploring and testing HTTP APIs.

${http:--example-com} is a placeholder indicating the URL endpoint you would like to communicate with using the http-prompt tool. In this case, it specifies the URL -example-com.

To use the http-prompt command, you would replace ${http:--example-com} with the actual URL that you want to interact with. For example, if you want to communicate with, you would replace ${http:--example-com} with

Once you've executed the command, you can then use the http-prompt console to explore and interact with the specified HTTP server.

This explanation was created by an AI. In most cases those are correct. But please always be careful and never run a command you are not sure if it is safe.
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