November 6th, 2000, 02:58 PM
Is there a difference between "chomp($i)" and
"chomp $i"? If not, why have 2 versions of exact same function?
November 7th, 2000, 01:08 AM
i want to write a general PERl Program that will connect to MySQL and Bring All those Results in a Web Inteface ...
These Are the Following Steps--
1.This will Connect to DB --
2.GET ALL the Tables& Show it in the Browser
3.Ask User to SELECT the Table.
4.LIST the Content of the table after Navigation ...
I Wrote a Simple Version of the Program ...
Is there Any Examples Like this Available in This Manner So that I can Compare ?
1.Full of Web Interfaced ...
2.Adminster Can Add , Delete and Insert the Record on The FLY.
Any Improvements is Greatly Appreciated ...
I am Going to post This Program After Completion in DevSHED ..
Where I have to contact ?
November 7th, 2000, 01:18 AM
SO SORRY !
I AM SO SORRY FOR MIS-PHASTING...the previous one.
Chomp($i) and chomp $i are SAME ...
I thing it is PERL's one of GREAT FLEXIBLITY
to manuever C Programmers.. and BASIC Programmers ...
DOS Command Equivalent...
UNIX Command Equivalent ..
C++ and JAVA Jargon ...
PHP and Python Equivalent ..
it is a Kind of FLEXIBLITY of the Language..