More and more Web developers are turning to the CGI (Common Gateway Interface) protocol to add interactivity and dynamic content to their Web sites. It's the most common method for transferring information between a Web server and a user. And Perl is the ideal language for CGI because it's an easy environment for building and testing simple programs. This book focuses on the principles behind both CGI and Perl to provide you with the most comprehensive reference in the field. Inside, you'll find everything you'll need to know to understand, implement, and customize Web sites with CGI scripts.
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