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how do you execute c programmes as cgi scripts on personal web server of windows 95?
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you can call a CGI from a web-page (via a  <A HREF...\> tag or a <FORM> tag) for example.
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The cgi should have the .exe extention and this should referenced within the URL like any other link or action.
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