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CGI as Win32 app?

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Is it possible to create a Win32 CGI app? The server resides on a Windows 95 machine, and I'd like to include some MFC classes (ODBC and CRecordsets). If I can do this as a Windows program, how do I write to standard output?

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daarond earned 100 total points
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In C++, you can do a cout.
In C, you can do printf. (Think about these coming
from stdio.h)

However, IMHO, using a compiled language makes
development time longer.  If you need the processing
speed, a compiled language is good.  For ODBC processing,
VB, perl, and other interpreted script tools would be
my first suggestion.
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