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Re^4: Perl Database Paging

by ironside (Acolyte)
on Apr 03, 2014 at 22:43 UTC ( #1081028=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^3: Perl Database Paging
in thread Perl Database Paging

Problem solved! Another perl monk was able to help. It turns out the links were the problem. Here is the code that worked:

# page links my $pagelinks; if ($reqpage > 1){ my $prev_page = $reqpage - 1; $pagelinks .= qq! <a href="?reqpage=$prev_page"> Previous </a> !; } for my $pageno (1..$pagecount){ if ($pageno == $reqpage){ $pagelinks .= qq! <strong>$pageno</strong>!; } else { $pagelinks .= qq! <a href="?reqpage=$pageno"> $pageno </a> !; } } if ($reqpage < $pagecount){ my $next_page = $reqpage + 1; $pagelinks .= qq! <a href="?reqpage=$next_page"> Next </a> !; }

Thanks for your input. Much appreciated

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