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I have a cgi script which is supposed to load a page:

cgi-bin/rsv50load.pl?booking_list.html

When I try to execute that script with the following code, the perl file loads, instead of the booking list.  Can you please correct my code?

<iframe
src ="cgi-bin/rsv50load.pl?booking_list.html"
width="100%">
</iframe>rsv50load.txt
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Is Perl actually installed?  It does not come with WAMP.  Here's a page with instructions on setting up to use Perl with WAMP.  Make sure that you have done all the steps he lists.  http://chromicdesign.com/2009/05/setting-up-perl-for-wampp.html
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