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Hey, i just want to know how to do this... (It's really easy, but i don't have my book, and don't remember off hand) Read in a html file, called index.html. And display it. Thats it.
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$file="index.html";

open(FILE,$file) || die "Cannot open $file: $\n";

while(<FILE>){
  print $_;
}
close(FILE);
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Hmm, yeah, thats what I thought...
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