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December 17, 2011, 09:55:29 PM
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does anyone know how to use it? i've tried every combination of quotes and escape characters but i can't get it to work  Huh

edit: solved
you need to

bitcoind sendmany "" {"""1ELvnrA6PhUyDBS6iR25K1Xx4xXL6VMfJX""":1,"""1NX3R5Le4c1y9E316NPMze7aEmCXjpCY58""":0.75}

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July 20, 2012, 12:43:51 PM
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instead of bitcoind, should this work with bitcoin -server?
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July 20, 2012, 08:28:08 PM
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no

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July 21, 2012, 06:41:11 AM
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I think there's a misunderstanding here.

payb.tc is asking "can I use 'bitcoin -server' as the SERVER, instead of using bitcoind" - yes, you can

grue thinks you're asking "can I use 'bitcoin -server' as the CLIENT, instead of using bitcoind" - no, you can't

The confusion arises from the fact that bitcond can act as both an RPC client and an RPC server, and bitcoin can act as both a graphical app and an RPC server.

Hope that clears it up!

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July 21, 2012, 02:20:10 PM
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I think there's a misunderstanding here.

payb.tc is asking "can I use 'bitcoin -server' as the SERVER, instead of using bitcoind" - yes, you can

grue thinks you're asking "can I use 'bitcoin -server' as the CLIENT, instead of using bitcoind" - no, you can't

The confusion arises from the fact that bitcond can act as both an RPC client and an RPC server, and bitcoin can act as both a graphical app and an RPC server.

Hope that clears it up!
No, I answered no because I interperted his post as "can you put this command line into bitcoin (gui), but with the -server argument". I said no because the gui doesnt parse commandline args like bitcoind does.

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