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    I am a newbie to the perl scripting community! I have have worked with asp,java and php in the past but never perl. I am very impressed with its capabilities although passing data between forms seems to be more complicated compared to say php or asp. Your tutorial was helpful but lacked imformation on how to seperate multiple variables delimited by an Amperstand. If you have this information I would greatly appreciate it.
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    Doesn't work!!!!

    Unfortunately, your readform.cgi and associated html file do not work!!! when i copied down exactly what was written, i loaded up the html file and pressed submit, BOOM, my browser prompted me to download readform.cgi !!!! what the? i don't understand. the rest of the tutorials seem really good though.
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    Perl 101 (part 7) - CGI Basics

    Perl 101 \(part 7\) - CGI Basics

    After spending the past few months understanding Perl's variables, operators and functions, it's time to start writing Perl programs for the Web. This week, Perl 101 introduces you to the basics of CGI scripting, and also teaches you how to use a new type of Perl variable, the hash. Click for full article.

    Please discuss this article in this thread. You can read the article here .
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