Pass 15 Questions from Internet browser to Web Server so that a FoxPro program can crunch them.

I'm looking at whys to Program the following:

Client side: Internet screen (form type layout) with 15 questions and an email address.
Client clicks the send button and gets an email back with the results.

Server Side: gets the 15 questions and a email address and passes them to A Foxpro program.

Foxpro programs crunches the 15 inputs and sends out a email back to the client with the results. (this part working great)

I have been all over the Internet looking at examples, samples, and how tos. But nowhere do I see how to get the 15 questions from the client and then feed them into a Foxpro program.

To sum it up, I just need to pass 15 strings to a web server and then be able to put them into a file (text, DBF or whatever) So that A FOXPRO prg can find them and run the results.
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
HTML forms need to go to a server side language that can process them into a format that Foxpro can use like CSV.  HTML is not able to do this by itself.  I do this all the time using PHP.  Do you know any server side languages like PHP or ASP?

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nowhere do I see how to get the 15 questions from the client and then feed them into a Foxpro program.

It just means you've used wrong keywords... If you need to know more ask another question please.
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