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Perl for Win as a CGI

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is it possible to have a html page post a form to a perl script as a cgi and have the results return to the browser?

i'm using win9x and PWS
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Yes but you will need a ISAPI DLL for the perl. Happily this is available from www.ActiveState.com.

HTH
Steve
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thanks for that - i've been searching ages for that

do you know if this is compatible with NT?
glen@perfectday.com
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