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I need to learn CGI... I have searched the web and gone to sites but none seem to help...

I have c programming background so thats not the problem...

I am looking for a place on the web that has a step by steb CGI cource. Like a book would have.

An alternative would be a site where I could look up scripts I needed.

Thanks
Jeff
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There are literally hundreds of scripts at the following URL:

http://www.cgi-resources.com/

Another good site is:

http://www.practical-inet.com/

which has many cgi examples and which publicises a book (have not read it).


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Thank You SOOOOOOOOOOOOO Much... You Have No Idea!
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