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I need a CGI script for multiple file-upload to the web

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Is there any CGI scripts that would allow me send multiple file-uplaod to the webat one time. If so, where can I view or retrieve one. My current file-upload script only allows me one file-upload at a time. Please help anyone.....  Thanks...

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haystor earned 400 total points
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Yes,

cgi-lib.pl for with perl allows you to upload multiple files.

It can be found at:

http://cgi-lib.stanford.edu/cgi-lib/
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