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Content-Type: doesnot/work

If someone can help me with this, I will give them all the points i have left.

I have written a few scripts that work fine in Internet explorer - however - when run on netscape they screw up (well it appears they do)

Whenever I get the input from a form, i use the get method, and before I start printing any HTML I am putting the expected - print "Content-type: text/html\n\n"; at the start. THIS DOES NOT WORK. In explorer, I get the words 'Content-type: text/html' at the top left of the page. and then I get the correct output from the rest of the code.

In netscape, I get a dialog telling me that I am trying to download a file of MIME type application/x-perl, when I am trying to display a text/html file (which I have told the HTTP header. I can then save or open the file - or cancel. The file is the output that should have gone to screen.

WHAT IS WRONG!?????

Please Help
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matthewallumCommented:
Im guessing here that you are running PERL on a Windows machine.
What you need to do is add this line just before the print "Content-type: text/html\n\n" ;

print "HTTP/1.0 200 OK\r\n" if $ENV{PERLXS} eq "PerlIS";

For some reason (I cant rember what) you need to pass extra header info on a windows server running PERL. This should fix your problem
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infoatagsAuthor Commented:
U BLOODY LEGEND!!!Why were you not around a week ago??
Can I get your email address if I have further questions (though I doubt I will)
email me at john@activegs.com.au if I can get ur email addr.

Thanks heaps
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