either text, binary, or auto. In text mode, the data is treated as a string; in binary mode the data is treated as Array with data type integer. When mode=auto, the type is determined by relying on the content type provided by the server. The default is auto. This option is only supported by the http and https schemes. ftp transfers are always treated as binary.
the number of seconds to wait before aborting the transfer. The default is infinity (aka no timeout).
a list of one or more of content, headers, and code. This determines what will be returned by Get. The output will be an expression sequence with the corresponding values. The default is [content].
For HTTP transfers, the number of times Maple should follow a redirect response (HTTP status 3xx) before giving up. The default is 0, meaning redirects are not followed.
a list of strings and equations of strings that will be added to the http header that is sent as part of the request.
a list of strings specifying header fields to be returned. This only has an effect if headers is specified in the output option. If this option is not given, all received headers will be returned.
Specify the user name for authentication. This supersedes any user name included in url directly.
Specify the password for authentication. This supersedes any password included in url directly.
should Maple authenticate the identity of the server by verifying its ssl certificate against a list of verified Certificate Authorities. The default is true. This option is only valid when using https.
specify a certificate file to use when authenticating the server. Maple includes a certificate file containing certificates for the major Certificate Authorities.