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hi experts,
i don't know how to get the query_string
using CGI.pm (oo type)

/cgi-bin/show.cgi?hello

use CGI;
$qs = new CGI;
$any = $qs->param????

how about /cgi-bin/show.cgi?action=add&name=stanley&email=abc@xxx.com
??
please help
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Question by:mwhuen
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($keywords) = $qs->param;
$any = $qs->param($keywords);
$query = $qs->query_string;
$action = $qs->param('action');
$name = $qs->param('name');
$email = $qs->param('email);
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by:stanleyhuen
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thanks, but ozo can you explain more details to me,
what is meant by
($keywords) = $qs->param;
$any = $qs->param($keywords);

$query = $qs->query_string;
??
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by:ozo
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$any = $qs->param($keywords); #gets 'hello'
$query = $qs->query_string; #gets 'action=add&name=stanley&email=abc%40xxx.com'
see
perldoc CGI
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by:mwhuen
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why the
()
in
($keywords)=$qs->param;
so important?
if i omit it, it can't show the result.
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by:ozo
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the () causes $qs->param to be evaluated in list context instead of scalar context
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by:mwhuen
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by:mwhuen
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sorry,
i am really new in programming,
what is list content and what is scalar context?
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by:ozo
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see
perldoc perldata
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by:mwhuen
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besides run perldoc in unix shell,
where i can read perldoc?
i prefer web page perl doc
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