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Feedback on: CGI - Server Side Processing of Form Data

Sent by Lance French on April 29, 1999 at 15:44:41: - feedback #177

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Very worth reading

Length:
Just right

Technical:
Just right

Comments:
What does your form parser do with return
characters in text boxes? Is there any way
to account for them?



Sent by Cristian Cotet on July 15, 1999 at 11:05:38: - feedback #304

Length:
Too short

Technical:
Not technical enough

Comments:
I need more examples.In the this way, I do learn and I do understand more better.
Thank you.



Sent by Sudip Das on March 16, 2000 at 17:46:46: - feedback #944

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Worth reading

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Hi
How do I handle multipart/form-data.
And also how could I access the <STDIN> and submit the input to another
URL?
thanks
Sudip



Sent by Milton Jiang on April 12, 2000 at 10:36:03: - feedback #1077

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Worth reading

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Just right

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Jason,

Very good article. I am relative newcomer to the world of web development and getting my first exposure to Javascript/HTML and CGI enviroments. I hope to learn more Javascript and Java and optimally XML.

Keep up the good work!



Sent by Wieslaw Mroz on August 12, 2000 at 13:54:28: - feedback #1620

Worth:
Very worth reading

Length:
Just right

Technical:
Just right

Comments:
Iím so glad Iíve ran into this page. If all the books that I have on Perl, had this explanation in the first chapter, I would save myself a lot of time.


Sent by Evan King on December 04, 2000 at 16:54:43: - feedback #2102

Worth:
Worth reading

Length:
Just right

Technical:
Just right

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This article came SOO close to helping me out. But then you had to stop and NOT tell me how to call individual variables from a string or hash and place it in HTML output. Damn.


Sent by bmewz on March 29, 2001 at 07:58:06: - feedback #2555

Technical:
Too technical

Comments:
I just want to create a form and have it submitted via email in the format of the field names and the data entered into those fields each on a seperate line.
Your article, although very thorough on the command definitions, does not offer much in the way of a "how to".


Sent by Kitti Titus on January 31, 2003 at 21:42:42: - feedback #4394

Comments:
Your example page, when you fillout the form and click on submit, you get an error page. Therefore, the tutorial is not very helpful.

Thought you ought to be aware of this error.

Have a nice day,
Kitti


Sent by pankaj on Tuesday April 22, 2008 at 12:19:11 - feedback #5257

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Good Reading! :) Thanks




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