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 I am interesting using cgi for my webpage, do any have good example  uising this?

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I've an Electronic Book about Delphi which contains about CGI, there is a simple examples of using it and also there is a mail server example using CGI. Also you can find a general book about Delphi web programming

Downlaod and extract, then install .ceb books
- EBook.zip
- Delphi.zip - > Delphi.ceb (Delphi programming guide)

- DelphiWP.zip - > DelphiWP.ceb (Delphi Web Programming).

my homepage is:
www.geocities.com/motaz1

if you need any help in CGI please tell me.

Motaz
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by:ichen
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This article maybe can help you
http://www.undu.com/Articles/990315b.html

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Tri CgiExpert - www.cgiexpert.com
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Motaz- what is your email?
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motaz1@yahoo.com
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I wrote the article suggested by ichen in UNDU. It really depends what you want your CGI to do and what interfaces the web server supports. The UNDU article shows how to use the "stdin" and "stdout" devices to read form data and write back to a results page. There are better, bigger solutions but this one works fine for simple CGI's and works (as far as I know) on every flavour of web server.
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Where is this article jellison?
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As noted in the second comment for this question it's in the UNDU site at

http://www.undu.com/Articles/990315b.html
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Jellison, didn't you think that the technique you used is somewhat old!

I think the Web Broker technology makes it easy to develop CGI applications using Request and Response objects.

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Yes it's old I suppose. But old doesn't always equate to bad (in so many ways!)
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Yes, sure, befor I learn how to use WebBroker objects I use the Console mode, it lets me feel how does the CGI really work.
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Exactly. Walk before sprinting.
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