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perl file output could not start from left top?

I use the following perl file , use table , try to output datafile, how come the
output html fail to start from left-top corner? how to format it start from the left-top beginning?


#!/usr/local/bin/perl  

require "cgi-lib.pl";

# Use the
use Getopt::Long;
use English;
use AnyDBM_File;


print "Content-type: text/html\n\n";
print"<html>\n";
print"<head>\n";

print"<title>please fill out</title>";
print"</head>";

print"<body>";

# Set up the command line options.
my $ret            = GetOptions ("d|database:s");

my $database   = "convert.dbm";
my (%contents,$count,$type,$name,$price,$desc,$record);

# Open the DBM database file.
dbmopen (%contents, $database, 0700) || die "Could not open DBM file $database : $!\n";

# Force the top of page.
$FORMAT_LINES_LEFT = 0;
$count = 0;



print"<table>";

      print "<tr>";
        print"<td>Count Item # </td>";
        print"<td>Item Type </td>";
        print"<td>Item Name </td>";
        print"<td>Price </td>";
        print"<td>Description</td>";
        print"</tr>";


# Start printing out the dbm information.
for $number (sort keys %contents)
{
   # Get the contents from the hash.
   $record = $contents{$number};

   # Split the record up.
   ($type,$name,$price,$desc) = split (/\|/, $record);
   $count++;

   # Write it...
      #write
      print "<tr>";
      print"<td> $count</td>";
      print"<td> $type</td>";
      print"<td> $name</td>";
      print"<td> $price</td>";
      print"<td> $desc</td>";

      print"</tr>";
      print"<br>\n";

}

print"</table>";
print"</body>\n";

print"</html>\n";


# Close the DBM database.
dbmclose %contents;
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maneshrCommented:
add this line of HTML code before print "<table>";

                   NOTE:    

                   TOPMARGIN and LEFTMARGIN establish margins in MSIE.
                   MARGINHEIGHT and MARGINWIDTH establish margins in Netscape.

                   print "<BODY TOPMARGIN=0 LEFTMARGIN=0 MARGINHEIGHT=0
                    MARGINWIDTH=0> \n";
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syu1Author Commented:
sorry , I try , it dont work at all!
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syu1Author Commented:
sorry , I try , it dont work at all!
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maneshrCommented:
are you using frames???

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maneshrCommented:
you have duplicate postings of this question. please delete one of them.
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jyu_88Commented:
run it from the command line and capture the HTML to a file. try to view the file yourself and also post the HTML here.

CGI.pm is preferred over old cgi-lib.pl.
-cut-----cut------cut-----cut---
#! /usr/bin/perl -w
use CGI;
my $query = new CGI;
print query->header(-type=>'text/html');
print $query->start_html(-title=>'please fill out');
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