Beginner's Guide to CGI

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This page is designed to help novice programmers learn the Perl programming language. Specifically, it's designed to help them learn enough to run CGI scripts on a Unix Web server. Assumptions are made that: You're reasonably intelligent; You're an experienced computer user, of the Windows (or possibly Mac) persuasion; You know, or are willing to learn elsewhere, the basics of HTML, including things like FORM and TABLE tags; an Internet account that lets you log into a Unix shell session.

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Resource Specification

Category:

Perl : Tutorials

Title / Program Name:

Beginner's Guide to CGI

URL:

http://www.lies.com/begperl/index.html

Cost:

Free

Author:

John Callender

Keywords:

perl hello world script, beginning perl tutorial, beginning perl guide, beginning cgi scripting, beginning perl programming language, hello world from command line, hello world as a cgi script, cgi guide, cgi tutorial, learn cgi

Summary:

Scripting with Perl

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