The field corresponds with HTTP-response header generated by Parser. It can be both assigned and referred to. The value may be a date, a string or a hash with obligatory key value. Note:before assigning or referring value, field name is converted to uppercase letters. [3.4.4]
Note: during output to the browser all HTTP-response headers' names are capitalized (for example: content-type are transformed to Content-Type). [3.4.0]
Note:assign empty value to remove header. [3.4.4] Note: if $response:status value is set to less than 100, this value will be returned as the exit code of the parser process. [3.4.5]
Example of redirecting a visitor to site's mainpage #works if web-site administrator correctly configured SERVER_NAME environment variable
#usually he/she did
$response:location[http://$env:SERVER_NAME/] Another example of redirecting a visitor to site's mainpage #works regardless of SERVER_NAME
] Example of assigning header "expires" a value "tomorrow"