Help needed with CGI scripts for Unix WWW server

Help needed with CGI scripts for Unix WWW server

Post by Nick Curt » Mon, 12 Jun 1995 04:00:00


I have never used perl before, but I have to write a script for a WWW
server in perl. I was wondering if anyone could give me some
information, or where to get it, about how to use perl to get the
information from a WWW client, and then to respond with some of the
information back to the client.

If somebody out there has a script that will give me an example of
this I would be very grateful.

Here's what I want to do:-

I have a form with 5 keys. I want the server to append all five fields
to the end of a file, and also return four of the keys back to the
client (for confirmation).

Thanks in advance,


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