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Answer: Saving DB output to an HTML file

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Q&A > CGI programming > Saving DB output to an HTML file contributed by vaevictus

Writing a text file from multiple query's is not any different than writing it from one.

Well... you can always open a file for appending... so depending on your particular format,

//query number 1 $current_resume=$result->{'CustomerID'}; // or the like open (FILE,">>$current_resume"); // open the file based on the curren +t user in APPEND MODE print FILE $header_information; // title and so on print FILE $query_one_data; close FILE; //IF NECESSARY //query number 2 open (FILE,">>$current_resume"); //IF CLOSED previously. print FILE $query_two_data; close FILE; // etc... for as many queries that you need.
I may be way off target, but that's what the reply button is for.

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