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Re: Easy CGI Question

by Trimbach (Curate)
on Mar 30, 2004 at 04:31 UTC ( #340859=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Easy CGI Question

And for completeness sake you can always import all your vars into a separate namespace, automagically creating a set of variables on the way. From the CGI.pm docs:

$query->import_names('R'); This creates a series of variables in the 'R' namespace. For example, $R::foo, @R:foo. For keyword lists, a variable @R::keywords will appear. If no namespace is given, this method will assume 'Q'. WARNING: don't import anything into 'main'; this is a major security risk!!!! NOTE 1: Variable names are transformed as necessary into legal Perl variable names. All non-legal characters are transformed into underscores. If you need to keep the original names, you should use the param() method instead to access CGI variables by name. NOTE 2: In older versions, this method was called import(). As of version 2.20, this name has been removed completely to avoid conflict with the built-in Perl module import operator.

Gary Blackburn
Trained Killer


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