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Perl and Mysql

Posted on 1999-07-12
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Last Modified: 2010-03-04
Actually im just a beginner I just learned recently
about basic perl and mysql, but I couln't find a tutorial site using perl & mysql manipulation.  Cause I would like to make a website which the guest can write comments and display it, on how many users visited the site... using the database manipulation.  Can u send me an examples on how to do it pls.... TY

ps. if the source code is too long
u can email me -
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Kim Ryan earned 60 total points
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List of Perl modules for MySQL access: 

Documentation and examples of using DBD:mysql. 

Chapter from new book on MySQL


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the links dont work

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change the links

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by:Evert Jor
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Links still don't work. Please remove this posting. It is not useful for anything without the links.

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