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Hyphens in HTTP response headers

 
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I often see hyphens for the name and value in my HTTP response headers, perhaps in place of content-length header. I'm testing with Apache 2.0 (IBM HTTP Server 6.1) on windows.

Is this just a way or Apache deleting a header it decided not to use, or does it represent something more significant going on?
 
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