Code example for HttpPut

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     * @param context the Android Context which initiated the request. 
     * @param url the URL to send the request to. 
     * @param entity a raw {@link HttpEntity} to send with the request, for example, use this to send string/json/xml payloads to a server by passing a {@link org.apache.http.entity.StringEntity}. 
     * @param contentType the content type of the payload you are sending, for example application/json if sending a json payload. 
     * @param responseHandler the response handler instance that should handle the response. 
     */ 
    public void put(Context context, String url, HttpEntity entity, String contentType, AsyncHttpResponseHandler responseHandler) {
        sendRequest(httpClient, httpContext, addEntityToRequestBase(new HttpPut(url), entity), contentType, responseHandler, context);
    } 
     
    /** 
     * Perform a HTTP PUT request and track the Android Context which initiated the request. 
     * And set one-time headers for the request 
     * @param context the Android Context which initiated the request. 
     * @param url the URL to send the request to. 
     * @param headers set one-time headers for this request 
     * @param entity a raw {@link HttpEntity} to send with the request, for example, use this to send string/json/xml payloads to a server by passing a {@link org.apache.http.entity.StringEntity}. 
     * @param contentType the content type of the payload you are sending, for example application/json if sending a json payload. 
     * @param responseHandler the response handler instance that should handle the response. 
     */ 
    public void put(Context context, String url,Header[] headers, HttpEntity entity, String contentType, AsyncHttpResponseHandler responseHandler) {