This is a simple wrapper over curl ( It uses the unix:popen word to initiate a pipe to curl and stores the returned data into a buffer.

This takes in three values:

• the URL to fetch
• the destination buffer
• a maximum number of bytes to read

The buffer should be at least one cell longer than the max to allow for the NULL termination.

~~~:net:fetch (san-n)   [ [ buffer:set       'curl_-s_%s s:format file:R unix:popen ] dip     [ dup file:read 0; buffer:add ] times unix:pclose     buffer:start s:length ] buffer:preserve ; ~~~

```'Data d:create #256001 allot 'gopher:// &Data #300009 net:fetch '%n_bytes_read\n s:format s:put ```