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Ok, next thingies i would like to know and have some examples. (thats why i give so much points from this one).. ok, is there way to start cgi script from <!--#exec -> and pass some parameters to it??.. is there way to put your own enviroment parameters?? is there any way possible to make autosubmit button??

ok. letsay i want to make this kind of system.. Letsay i put in variable (and how we do this in html??)

<frameset> <frame name.. target.. src="index1.htm"> <noframes> FramePossible = "false" </noframes>
</frameset>

and in that index1.htm FramesPossible="True". Is there any way to do this?? in some way.. my example is still theory that i haven't tested. Please tell me your own ways to make that problem go away.
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With ASP, you can pass parameters to a CGI program with method GET:

<!--#exec cgi="path_to/myCgi.cgi?var1=val1&var2=val2&ver3=val3">

As you can see, it has the same syntax as a browser location when you submit a form to a CGI program.

About the rest of your question, i'm afraid i cannot understand it; could you please explain a bit further?
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