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Upload/Redisplay form

Posted on 1998-08-13
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I have a question. I am trying to build a website in which I want to redisplay a gif picture someone upload.
For example: The first page it is the information page. A user fill out the information and there will be a upload
form on there as well. After word the user sumbit the information, the second page redisplay the upload pic the user submit and the information the filled out.
How do i go about writting a code doing it? Does not have to be huge but something to give me an idea
on how to do it. Thanks. I need the upload part as well as the redisplay part. THanks.
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Question by:smilepak
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in perl, using cgi-lib:

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require "./cgi-lib.pl";

# When writing files, several options can be set... here we just set one
# Limit upload size to avoid using too much memory

$cgi_lib'maxdata = 50000;         # zijn dit bytes, bits, oorspronkelijk 50000 ?


$ret = &ReadParse;

open(OUTFILE, ">upload/test.gif");
binmode (OUTFILE);
syswrite (OUTFILE, $in{'upfile'}, length $in{'upfile'});
close(OUTFILE);


# Now produce the result: an HTML page...


print &PrintHeader;
print &HtmlTop("File Upload Results");

print "$in{'upfile'}";

print "\n<P>File was uploaded<P>";


print &HtmlBot;

===========================

In ASP it would look different of course.
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by:smilepak
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THanks,So is it possible fro you to explain to code a little more.

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