Fetches the HTTP web resource at the indicated location.
The first argument is a string indicating the URL domain; the remainder are the portions of the URL path within that domain. E.g., for the URL
example.com/foo/bar, the arguments would be
Since HTTP URLs are a valid expression in the Origami language, you won’t normally need to call this function. If you specify a URL like
http://example.com in an expression, it invokes the
@http function for you.