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Hello ...Could you please direct me to a online tutorial which covers  Perl with CGI.pm and prefferable with a database such as mysql.
I did  search the net ...and got some resources too ...but I want to make sure that I am looking at the better ones.
I know I can rely on you as always.....

Thanks for your time .
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http://www.cs.tut.fi/~jkorpela/perl/cgi.html

but then you can get such links from google too and instantly :)
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