perl in cgi

Posted on 2007-09-28
Last Modified: 2013-12-25
i want a simple basic program using perl in cgi . a form page with email , name and comment field when the users enters the details and submit it it will write the information to the text file in the server and subsequetly all the user comments no need for validation
Question by:kamalgopi
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    for Perl on Windows visit

    and O'Reilly has quite a few good books about perl and CGI

    You may like to search for
    which will lead you to to nice places like:

    and so on

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    just google "perl form2mail" there are a number of great public domain scripts out there that do what you want.
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    Googling will also point you to some really badly written ones too.

    Usual recommendation is to go to

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