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Posted on 2006-11-20
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Hi

I have a problem. This is a web application were I need to upload file to server from browser.
can anyone help me with Perl Script that are used for file upload from browser.

If anyone has done this stuff previous please help me with examples.

Thanks
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Question by:basirana
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I assume you intend to use perl on the backend for the file uploading since you are asking in the perl forum:

http://perlmeme.org/tutorials/cgi_upload.html
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thats an odd example for a file upload script ozo.
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