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  1. BACKGROUND: While I continue to struggle with my wget problem, I would like to reaffirm a discussion that we had already two or three months ago about the use of hash marks in an HTTP Request query string. Please consider the following HTTP Request copied from a Matomo API request generated by Matomo. I only initiated the request, I did not create it. https://www.nudge.online/_utilities/php/matomo/index.php ?module=CoreHome &action=index &idSite=1 &period=day &date=yesterday #?idSite=1 &period=day &date=yesterday &category=General_Actions &s
  2. REQUEST: Please compare the following PHP code with the intended result, and if possible, say why only the last urls[ ] parameter is being read. BACKGROUND: The following code is part of a successfully received and partially processed HTTP POST Bulk Request to the Matomo application. Both of the called methods -- namely, Events.getCategory and Events.getAction -- have been tested separately and are perfectly functional. Further, the Matomo application reports no dysfunction, and there are no warning, notices or other indicated sources of foul coding in the PHP log file. $result =
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