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RE: RE: RE: I use CGI.pm for

by cwest (Friar)
on Jun 08, 2000 at 06:11 UTC ( #17012=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to RE: RE: I use CGI.pm for
in thread I use CGI.pm for

Not to mention, with some creative map use, you can create dynamic tables and such pretty easy, while not breaking the stylish print 'some','things','in','a','row'; :-)

use CGI;
my $cgi = CGI->new;
print $cgi->header,
      $cgi->start_html('Times Tables'),
      $cgi->table( { -border => 1 },
                 ( map {
                  my $r = $_;
                  $cgi->Tr( ( map {
                           $cgi->td( $_ * $r ),
                          } 1 .. 50 ) ),
                 } 1..50 ) ),
      $cgi->end_html;
And for the obfuscated lovers in all of us (some people would call the above obfuscated.. slackers:-)
use CGI;my$cgi=CGI->new;print##
$cgi->header=>$cgi->start_html#
('Times Tables')=>$cgi->table(#
{-border=>1}=>(map{my$r=$_;$cgi
->Tr((map{$cgi->td($_*$r)}1..50
))=>}1..50))=>$cgi->end_html;##
--
Casey


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